6 Myths about NATO’s Engagement in the Indo-Pacific
By TSURUOKA Michito
No matter where you stand, at least get the facts straight.
Japan Forges Closer Ties to NATO
By Thisanka Siripala
Kishida champions the Free and Open Indo-Pacific message at the NATO summit.
NATO Summit Takes Aim at China
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Vilnius communique had a greatly expanded criticism of China, but there are still concerns about how far to go in confronting Beijing.
Why NATO’s Planned Liaison Office in Japan Is a Bad Idea
By Kelly Grieco
Although Indo-Pacific countries are seemingly receptive to the idea, NATO’s greater involvement in the region may well do more harm than good to security and stability.
Japan and NATO: An Inevitable Partnership?
By James Kaizuka
Japan may not be located in the North Atlantic, but it and NATO are natural partners with increasingly overlapping interests and with much to offer each other.