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China to Japan: Stay Out of South China Sea
June 13, 2015

China to Japan: Stay Out of South China Sea

By Shannon Tiezzi
China is not happy with Tokyo's recent attempts to insert itself into the South China Sea conversation.
Chinese Diplomat: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Were Bombed for a Reason
May 13, 2015

Chinese Diplomat: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Were Bombed for a Reason

By Shannon Tiezzi
The battle over World War II history flares up during the ongoing NPT Review Conference.

Stop Obsessing Over Abe's Congressional Speech
May 07, 2015

Stop Obsessing Over Abe's Congressional Speech

By Yuki Tatsumi
Criticisms of Abe's congressional speech overlook the progress made during the rest of his lengthy U.S. visit.

What Japan's Abe Should Say About World War II
May 01, 2015

What Japan's Abe Should Say About World War II

By Zheng Wang
To apologize or not -- that is the question facing Abe as he prepares for his August 15 address.

Hope and History: Shinzo Abe's Speech to Congress
April 30, 2015

Hope and History: Shinzo Abe's Speech to Congress

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Japanese prime minster's anticipated speech to a joint session of the U.S. Congress.
With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary
April 28, 2015

With Abe in US, Chinese Media Warns Obama to Be Wary

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xinhua uses historical issues to question the wisdom of a close US-Japan alliance.

What Can Japan Really Learn From Germany?
March 17, 2015

What Can Japan Really Learn From Germany?

By Mina Pollmann
Angela Merkel's visit to Japan reignited the old comparison of Japan and Germany's post-war actions.
Could Japan Still Revise Comfort Women Statement?
October 09, 2014

Could Japan Still Revise Comfort Women Statement?

By Clint Richards
Statements from within the ruling LDP suggest that the Kono Statement may not be the final word.

The Consequences of Shaming Politics in East Asia
July 24, 2014

The Consequences of Shaming Politics in East Asia

By Tom Le
In disputes over history and territory, the PR fight is intense … and damaging.

Japan: Balancing Defense With History
June 23, 2014

Japan: Balancing Defense With History

By Daniel Clausen
The country needs a leader who is a conservative on defense and a progressive on history.

Japan’s Uphill PR Battle
March 06, 2014

Japan’s Uphill PR Battle

By Yo-Jung Chen
China and South Korea mount a vigorous campaign abroad against revisionist thinking in Japan.
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