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Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
December 19, 2014
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
In fact, international law does provide an achievable solution to the China-Japan dispute.
Fixing the Senkaku/Diaoyu Problem Once and For All
China-US Relations: The Return of Mao’s Noose
November 26, 2014
China-US Relations: The Return of Mao’s Noose
‘The U.S. and China are locked in a great power competition, and their primary goals are incompatible.’
China-US Relations: The Return of Mao’s Noose
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
October 24, 2014
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
For nearly two weeks in October, China halted all patrols in the contiguous zone of the Senkaku Islands. Why?
Calming the Seas: Chinese Vessels Temporarily Vanish from Senkaku Contiguous Zone
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
October 23, 2014
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Ankit Panda is joined by Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat's China editor, to discuss the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute.
Is the Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute Headed Toward Stability?
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
October 14, 2014
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
Japan has put the ball in China’s court, and waits to see if Beijing will commit.
Is Beijing Pushing for Japanese Concessions Before APEC?
Abe Says He Is ‘Pragmatic’ on Collective Self-Defense
August 25, 2014
Abe Says He Is ‘Pragmatic’ on Collective Self-Defense
Public concern shows Abe changing tone before passing new legislation this fall.
Abe Says He Is ‘Pragmatic’ on Collective Self-Defense
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
August 19, 2014
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
Recent history ought to teach us the dangers of assuming a ‘slam dunk.’
Will the U.S. Defend Japan? More of a Definite Maybe
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
August 05, 2014
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
Leaving Japan to fend for itself would be an end to the U.S.-Japanese Mutual Defense Treaty.
Yes, the U.S. Really Will Defend Japan
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
July 16, 2014
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
China may unwittingly find itself facing a similar string of events to those that confronted Germany in 1914.
East Asia’s Lessons from World War I
Where Would Beijing Use External Distractions?
July 10, 2014
Where Would Beijing Use External Distractions?
Should the CCP find itself in dire straits, could provoking external conflicts boost its legitimacy at home?
Where Would Beijing Use External Distractions?
Timing is Everything: Abe’s Playbook for Military Normalization
July 01, 2014
Timing is Everything: Abe’s Playbook for Military Normalization
Abe moves closer to passing collective self-defense, despite public protests.
Timing is Everything: Abe’s Playbook for Military Normalization
Japan, Lawfare and the East China Sea
June 03, 2014
Japan, Lawfare and the East China Sea
Tokyo should consider arbitration for its maritime disputes, although not necessarily for the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands.
Japan, Lawfare and the East China Sea
Japan: Ask Not What America Will Do for You…
May 19, 2014
Japan: Ask Not What America Will Do for You…
Beyond reinterpreting the Constitution, Japan needs to do more to provide for its own defense.
Japan: Ask Not What America Will Do for You…
China and Japan's Deteriorating Relationship
February 13, 2014
China and Japan's Deteriorating Relationship
The Diplomat speaks with Michael Green about the root cause of the tensions, the possibility for conflict, and strategies for repairing relations.
China and Japan's Deteriorating Relationship
Where Abe’s WWI Analogy Falls Apart
January 28, 2014
Where Abe’s WWI Analogy Falls Apart
Just one month into 2014, and the analogies to 1914 are already picking up.
Where Abe’s WWI Analogy Falls Apart
New Japanese Teaching Guidelines Treat Senkakus, Kurils, Takeshima As 'Integral Territories'
January 28, 2014
New Japanese Teaching Guidelines Treat Senkakus, Kurils, Takeshima As 'Integral Territories'
Japan's new teaching guidelines will add tension to an already fraught region.
New Japanese Teaching Guidelines Treat Senkakus, Kurils, Takeshima As 'Integral Territories'
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