Mattis: Senkakus Covered Under US-Japan Security Treaty
By Ankit Panda
In Japan, James Mattis May Reiterate US Commitment to Senkaku Defense
By Ankit Panda
The Battle for the Senkakus Moves to the Skies
Rather than engage in aerial brinksmanship, Japan and China would do well to keep this conflict grounded.
3 Reasons Senkaku/Diaoyu Diplomacy Should Be Secret
China and Japan are right to insist on secrecy in discussing how to resolve the East China Sea dispute.
Japan to Shoot Down Foreign Drones
Prime Minister Abe has approved a plan to shoot down foreign drones flying above Japanese airspace.
Diaoyu Island Assault: PLA-Designed Video Game Simulates Sino-Japanese Conflict
Propaganda-heavy FPS allows Chinese gamers to go to war over the disputed islands.
Pakistani Taliban Join the Fight in Syria
Plus, Taiwan wants to purchase F-35s from the United States. Monday defense links.
The Flawed Logic Behind Beijing’s Senkaku/Diaoyu Policy
Is Beijing correctly weighing the risks and gains in its negotiations with Japan over the disputed islands?
America and the South China Sea Challenge
America must make hard choices and put forth the effort necessary to ensure that the S. China Sea remains peaceful in 2013 and beyond.
Have An Island Dispute With China? Lawyer Up
For a nation with little hope of winning a naval standoff, international law is a plausible alternative.
Is China Carelessly Overextending Itself?
China is best advised to ensure that efforts to win local disputes don’t end up creating global problems.
Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands: A "Core Interest" of China
China declaring the Senkaku/Diaoyu islands a “core interest” could make efforts at compromise even tougher.