Japan’s Options in the South China Sea
By Yoji Koda
With some reverse thinking, smaller nations may be able to deter a major power.
North Korea Brings Japan and China Closer Together -- For a Moment
By Mina Pollmann
Once again, the South China Sea and China's increasing naval presence near Japan are causing frictions.
China's 'Red Line' Warning to Japan on South China Sea FONOPs Is Here to Stay
By Ankit Panda
Beijing does not dispute reports that its envoy to Tokyo drew a "red line" for Japan in the South China Sea.
Taiwan Elections: An Opportunity for Japan?
By Chen Yo-Jung
Tsai Ing-wen’s victory was greeted with enthusiasm in Tokyo.
Japan and the ‘Maritime Pivot’ to Southeast Asia
By Koh Swee Lean Collin
Given domestic and regional realities, how involved can Japan be in the South China Sea?