Japan’s Mistaken South Sudan Withdrawal
By Jeffrey W. Hornung
The withdrawal harms Japan's operational readiness and its international reputation.
What Role for Japan in Africa’s Security After Withdrawal from South Sudan?
By Céline Pajon
There still is a big gap between the discourse and the reality of what Japan wants—and what it can achieve in Africa.
Japan Self-Defense Force Withdraws From South Sudan
By Yuki Tatsumi
The decision highlights the domestic constraints on Japan's defense activities abroad.
Japan's New Security Laws Could See First Test in South Sudan
By Mina Pollmann
A GSDF unit joining UN peacekeepers in South Sudan could be the first authorized to use force beyond self defense.