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Japan’s PM Kishida Says He Won’t Step Down After LDP’s Defeat in By-elections

Japan’s PM Kishida Says He Won’t Step Down After LDP’s Defeat in By-elections

By Mari Yamaguchi
Sunday’s defeat marks a further setback for Kishida, who will seek reelection as his party’s leader in the fall.

Japan’s AI Diplomacy

Japan’s AI Diplomacy

By Daisuke Akimoto
In order to take a global leadership role in AI regulations and innovation, the Kishida administration must formulate its own legal framework at home. 
How Likely Is a Japan-North Korea Summit?

How Likely Is a Japan-North Korea Summit?

By Cao Nguyen Khanh Huyen
Unless Japan can truly offer progress on Pyongyang’s vital concerns, a bilateral summit is unlikely to materialize.

A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

A Warm Welcome for Japan’s Kishida in Washington

By Duncan Bartlett
Japan’s Prime Minister Kishida addressed the U.S. Congress and met the president of the Philippines. However, a tentative offer to join the AUKUS security pact presents Japan with a dilemma.

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.S. president is set to deliver the warning at this week's trilateral summit with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines.

Philippines to Hold Joint Maritime Patrols With US, Japan

Philippines to Hold Joint Maritime Patrols With US, Japan

By Sebastian Strangio
The announcement of the joint South China Sea maneuvers is expected to be announced at a trilateral summit between the three nations next week.

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

North Korea Says Japan’s Prime Minister Offered to Meet With Leader Kim Jong Un Soon

By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
Japan acknowledged it has been trying to arrange a bilateral summit but dismissed North Korea’s preconditions for such a meeting as unacceptable.
Biden to Host Summit With Japan’s Kishida and Philippines’ Marcos

Biden to Host Summit With Japan’s Kishida and Philippines’ Marcos

By Sebastian Strangio
The trilateral summit, which will be held in Washington on April 11, comes at a time of increasing tension in the western Pacific.

Kishida’s Struggle to Win Over Japan’s Conservatives 

Kishida’s Struggle to Win Over Japan’s Conservatives 

By Jio Kamata
Despite progress on key conservative priorities, the Japanese prime minister hasn’t been able to shake his liberal reputation.

Japan, Italy Agree to Further Strengthen Bilateral Defense Ties

Japan, Italy Agree to Further Strengthen Bilateral Defense Ties

By Takahashi Kosuke
Meeting in Tokyo, Prime Ministers Kishida Fumio and Giorgia Meloni discussed naval port calls, enlarged joint exercises, and expanded cooperation.

Kishida’s Unfinished Business: Political Economy of Wage Increases in Japan

Kishida’s Unfinished Business: Political Economy of Wage Increases in Japan

By Hironori Sasada and Tadashi Iwami
The battle against wage stagnation, a key goal of Kishida’s Cabinet, cannot be won without empowering labor unions.
Relitigating the Past: How to Overcome Recent Court Cases and Strengthen the Japan-South Korea Relationship 

Relitigating the Past: How to Overcome Recent Court Cases and Strengthen the Japan-South Korea Relationship 

By Cornelius Cornelssen
Two recent legal rulings in South Korea are once again threatening to unravel the relationship.

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