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Japan, Lawfare and the East China Sea
June 03, 2014

Japan, Lawfare and the East China Sea

By Christian Le Mière
Tokyo should consider arbitration for its maritime disputes, although not necessarily for the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands.
Japan: Ask Not What America Will Do for You…
May 19, 2014

Japan: Ask Not What America Will Do for You…

By Robert Dujarric
Beyond reinterpreting the Constitution, Japan needs to do more to provide for its own defense.

China and Japan's Deteriorating Relationship
February 13, 2014

China and Japan's Deteriorating Relationship

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat speaks with Michael Green about the root cause of the tensions, the possibility for conflict, and strategies for repairing relations.

Where Abe’s WWI Analogy Falls Apart
January 28, 2014

Where Abe’s WWI Analogy Falls Apart

By James R. Holmes
Just one month into 2014, and the analogies to 1914 are already picking up.

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'

By Ankit Panda
Japan's new teaching guidelines will add tension to an already fraught region.
Shinzo Abe At World Economic Forum: 'Restrain Military Expansion In Asia'
January 23, 2014

Shinzo Abe At World Economic Forum: 'Restrain Military Expansion In Asia'

By Ankit Panda
Shinzo Abe's speech to the World Economic Forum reveals his thinking on the Senkaku-Diaoyu dispute.

The Benefits of Being Clear on Taiwan
January 17, 2014

The Benefits of Being Clear on Taiwan

By Amitai Etzioni
Could making whatever implied understanding exists on Taiwan more explicit reduce tensions in East Asia?
Look Out, Walter White: Massive Meth Raid in Chinese Village
January 04, 2014

Look Out, Walter White: Massive Meth Raid in Chinese Village

By Shannon Tiezzi
The first links round-up of 2014: hot air balloons, local government debt, and Xinhua’s take on the top events of 2013.

Senkaku Weirdness to Start Off the Year
January 03, 2014

Senkaku Weirdness to Start Off the Year

By J. Michael Cole
The East China Sea has already seen a number of surprises in 2014.

Rhyme and Reason: Why 2014 Doesn’t Have to be 1914
January 02, 2014

Rhyme and Reason: Why 2014 Doesn’t Have to be 1914

By Mira Rapp-Hooper
Margaret Macmillan recently warned there are dangerous parallels between the year WWI broke out and today.

Four Flashpoints to Watch in 2014
December 30, 2013

Four Flashpoints to Watch in 2014

By Harry Kazianis
After a tense 2013, don’t expect the Asia-Pacific to be any less fraught next year.
China and the US-Japan alliance in the East China Sea Dispute
December 27, 2013

China and the US-Japan alliance in the East China Sea Dispute

By Jin Kai
The U.S. faces important choices in the future as it navigates its alliance with Japan and its rivalry with China.

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