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Should America Share the 'Spear' With Japan?
May 05, 2017

Should America Share the 'Spear' With Japan?

By James L. Schoff and David Song
The Japanese debate over acquiring missile strike capability needs to consider the broader alliance framework.

Abe’s Trump Challenge and Japan's Foreign Policy Choices
March 07, 2017

Abe’s Trump Challenge and Japan's Foreign Policy Choices

By Carlos Ramirez
Will Japan use Trump's presidency as impetus to commit to a new Asian security architecture in the region?
Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later
November 03, 2016

Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later

By Dennis Blair and Daniel Bob
A look back at the past -- and ahead to the future -- of Japan's post-war constitution.

The Trouble With Japan's Defense Exports
October 02, 2015

The Trouble With Japan's Defense Exports

By Mina Pollmann
Opening Japan's defense industry to the international market is a significant step, but it won't happen overnight.

Japan's Defense Reforms and Shinzo Abe's Image Problem
June 16, 2015

Japan's Defense Reforms and Shinzo Abe's Image Problem

By Yuki Tatsumi
Japan's prime minister has an image problem -- and it stems from his signature national security legislation.

Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline
April 08, 2015

Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline

By Andrew Oplas
Shinzo Abe’s constitutional reinterpretation has the potential to pay big dividends for the nation.

Abe's Post-Election Agenda for Japan
December 18, 2014

Abe's Post-Election Agenda for Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Dr. Sheila Smith on Japan's snap elections and the challenges facing Abe moving forward.
Wary China Eyes 4 More Years of Abe in Japan
December 18, 2014

Wary China Eyes 4 More Years of Abe in Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
With Abe now set to control Japan for the near future, China renews its warnings about his rightist tendencies.

US-Japan Defense Guidelines Likely to Be Delayed
November 26, 2014

US-Japan Defense Guidelines Likely to Be Delayed

By Ricky Hough
For now, Japan’s domestic political turmoil and economic woes are trumping its regional security challenges.

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