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Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?
July 07, 2020

Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?

By Ankit Panda
According to the Japan Coast Guard, Chinese vessels remained in the territorial sea around the disputed islets for 30 hours.

Japan Protests China Coast Guard Harassment of Fishing Vessel Near Senkaku Islands
May 11, 2020

Japan Protests China Coast Guard Harassment of Fishing Vessel Near Senkaku Islands

By Ankit Panda
China Coast Guard ships chased a Japanese fishing vessel, Japanese authorities said.
Has Japan’s Foreign Policy Gone Beyond the Yoshida Doctrine?
March 10, 2020

Has Japan’s Foreign Policy Gone Beyond the Yoshida Doctrine?

By Ayako Kusunoki
The principles of Japanese foreign policy have evolved.

The United States Needs Japan and South Korea to Make Up
October 24, 2019

The United States Needs Japan and South Korea to Make Up

By Ellen Swicord
For Washington, resumed cooperation between its two most important Northeast Asian allies is a core interest.

Making Sense of Japan’s Approach to Russia
September 05, 2019

Making Sense of Japan’s Approach to Russia

By Michito Tsuruoka
A diplomatic breakthrough is unlikely, but there is value in talking.

Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions
August 18, 2019

Foreign Ministers of China, Japan, South Korea Set to Meet Amid Seoul-Tokyo Tensions

By Ankit Panda
Can the Northeast Asian trilateral leaders’ meeting materialize this year?

Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis
July 11, 2019

Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What’s at the core of rising Japan-South Korea tensions and what will it take for the two countries to walk back?
Shinzo Abe Heads to Tehran: What’s on the Agenda?
June 11, 2019

Shinzo Abe Heads to Tehran: What’s on the Agenda?

By Ankit Panda
Deescalation between the United States and Iran is in Tokyo’s interest.

Legacy Comes First in Abe’s Foreign Policy
May 10, 2019

Legacy Comes First in Abe’s Foreign Policy

By James D. J. Brown
Abe’s hasty pursuit of a legacy makes Japanese foreign policy look unprincipled and weak.

When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses
March 26, 2019

When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses

By Katrin Fraser Katz
Bickering between Seoul and Tokyo plays directly into the hands of Pyongyang and Beijing.

Japan Releases Audio of Alleged Radar Lock-On Incident With South Korean Warship
January 22, 2019

Japan Releases Audio of Alleged Radar Lock-On Incident With South Korean Warship

By Ankit Panda
Tokyo canceled further consultations with Seoul over the December 20 incident between the two sides.
France, Japan Look to Increase Indo-Pacific Maritime Cooperation
January 15, 2019

France, Japan Look to Increase Indo-Pacific Maritime Cooperation

By Ankit Panda
France and Japan are looking to hold bilateral military exercises in the Indo-Pacific.

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