China’s Navy, the West Pacific and the Role of Okinotorishima
By TSURUTA Jun
Taiwan, Japan to Seek Bilateral Talks on Fishing Spat
By Mina Pollmann
After sending Coast Guard vessels to conduct competing patrols near Okinotori Island, the two sides are ready to talk.
China's Okinotori Position Reveals an UNCLOS Double Standard
By Ankit Panda
China's position on a remote Japan-held feature reveals an important inconsistency in its approach to international law.
Taiwan-Japan Fishing Dispute Heats Up
By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan sends Coast Guard and military vessels to enforce its right to fish in what Japan claims as its EEZ.
Japan Takes Large Southern Extension of Continental Shelf
By Clint Richards
The new authority to develop seabed resources may lead to further disputes with China.