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The Mixed Legacy of Abe Shinzo’s ‘Panoramic’ Foreign Policy
September 27, 2022

The Mixed Legacy of Abe Shinzo’s ‘Panoramic’ Foreign Policy

By Rena Sasaki
Abe’s state funeral is a farewell for his all-encompassing diplomatic approach as Japan transitions toward a more values-based foreign policy.

Japan’s NATO Outreach Bears Fruit
July 07, 2022

Japan’s NATO Outreach Bears Fruit

By Mina Pollmann
Prime Minister Kishida's emphasis on unity with NATO over Russia paid off with recognition of China as a challenge to NATO's interests and security.
Kishida Vision for Peace: Japan’s Global Leadership Gambit
June 13, 2022

Kishida Vision for Peace: Japan’s Global Leadership Gambit

By Titli Basu
Is Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio proving to be as consequential a global statesman as his former boss, Abe Shinzo?

Japan, NATO Boost Ties Amid Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine
June 08, 2022

Japan, NATO Boost Ties Amid Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

By Mari Yamaguchi
Japan’s defense minister hosted NATO officials this week, pledging more joint exercises and military cooperation.

Biden to Make First Asia Trip in May
April 28, 2022

Biden to Make First Asia Trip in May

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. president will be visiting South Korea and Japan from May 20-24.

Tobias Harris on Abe Shinzo’s Continuing Influence in Japan
April 13, 2022

Tobias Harris on Abe Shinzo’s Continuing Influence in Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Over a year since his resignation, Abe's “power is substantial,” as is his legacy.

Is There a Kishida Doctrine?
December 23, 2021

Is There a Kishida Doctrine?

By Jeff Kingston
Even from retirement, former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo continues to cast a long shadow over Japan’s foreign policy.
Can Kishida Become Japan’s First Human Rights Prime Minister?
December 02, 2021

Can Kishida Become Japan’s First Human Rights Prime Minister?

By Mieczysław P. Boduszyński and Christopher K. Lamont
Japan has rarely been keen to promote human rights and democracy overseas. That may change under Kishida and his new special adviser on human rights.

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