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Esper Heads to the Pacific: What’s on the Agenda?
August 22, 2020

Esper Heads to the Pacific: What’s on the Agenda?

By Ankit Panda
In Guam, Esper will meet with his Japanese counterpart.

What Did Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Accomplish in Iran?
June 14, 2019

What Did Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Accomplish in Iran?

By Daniel Hurst
Abe’s effort at playing the middle man between Washington and Tehran yielded no immediate results.
Japan, US Beef up Their Cyber Alliance
April 26, 2019

Japan, US Beef up Their Cyber Alliance

By Daniel Hurst
Cybersecurity was a major focus of the recent “two-plus-two” meeting in Washington.

2019 Kicks Off With US and Allies Present in Indo-Pacific’s Disputed Waters
January 23, 2019

2019 Kicks Off With US and Allies Present in Indo-Pacific’s Disputed Waters

By Ankit Panda
The United States is networking with allies across the South and East China Seas.

What Comes After US Hegemony?
December 19, 2018

What Comes After US Hegemony?

By Bidisha Biswas and Anish Goel
The Asia-Pacific region looks beyond the United States.

United States, Australia, Japan Achieve War Games First at RIMPAC on Kauai
July 17, 2018

United States, Australia, Japan Achieve War Games First at RIMPAC on Kauai

By Jon Letman
Australia, the United States, and Japan focus on improving interoperability with sinking exercise.

Abe’s Charm Offensive – Is There a Second Act?
March 23, 2018

Abe’s Charm Offensive – Is There a Second Act?

By Carlos Ramirez
The Japanese prime minister has put serious effort into diplomacy near and far -- but will it pay off?
Japan Sees Hope for US Metal Duty Exemptions
March 22, 2018

Japan Sees Hope for US Metal Duty Exemptions

By Thisanka Siripala
On the eve of Trump’s higher steel and aluminium tariffs, Japan’s Trade Minister is pushing grounds for exemptions.

The Case for a New US-Japan Strategy: Why We Need a Free and Open Indo-Pacific
March 08, 2018

The Case for a New US-Japan Strategy: Why We Need a Free and Open Indo-Pacific

By Nobukatsu Kanehara
Japan and the U.S. are two global leaders who must work side-by-side to spread peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.

Who's Afraid of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific?
February 07, 2018

Who's Afraid of a Free and Open Indo-Pacific?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The concert of the Indo-Pacific can consult on a range of issues, but what will their next concrete steps be?

Kim Jong-un's Crazy Summer: A Litmus Test for Japan
September 02, 2017

Kim Jong-un's Crazy Summer: A Litmus Test for Japan

By Titli Basu
North Korea's active summer poses a host of challenges to Japan's defense posture.
Who Is Taro Kono, Japan's New Foreign Minister?
August 25, 2017

Who Is Taro Kono, Japan's New Foreign Minister?

By Mina Pollmann
Japan's new top diplomat inherits a complex portfolio.

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