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Senkaku/Diaoyu Dispute

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How the US Approached the 2012 Senkaku/Diaoyu Tensions

How the US Approached the 2012 Senkaku/Diaoyu Tensions

By Mina Pollmann
Released emails between Kurt Campbell and Hillary Clinton speak of "delicate diplomacy" with both China and Japan.
Japan's MSDF Will Help Guard Disputed Islands From Chinese Warships

Japan's MSDF Will Help Guard Disputed Islands From Chinese Warships

By Mina Pollmann
Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force will now respond when Chinese vessels enter the Senkakus' territorial waters.

Japan: China Sent Armed Coast Guard Vessel Near Disputed Islands

Japan: China Sent Armed Coast Guard Vessel Near Disputed Islands

By Shannon Tiezzi
For the first time, China sent an armed vessel into disputed waters near the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands.

Japan Set to Boost East China Sea Troop Presence

By Ankit Panda
Japan will likely deploy 500 troops to Ishigaki island, 90 nautical miles from the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands.

Can Japan and China Ever Finish Their Maritime Communication Negotiations?

Can Japan and China Ever Finish Their Maritime Communication Negotiations?

By Mina Pollmann
Japan and China's talks on a maritime communication mechanism have a convoluted history.
China Holds Bilateral Talks With South Korea, Japan

China Holds Bilateral Talks With South Korea, Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Keqiang held separate discussions with Park Geun-hye and Shinzo Abe on the sidelines of their trilateral summit.

China Tests Japan's Resolve Over East China Sea

China Tests Japan's Resolve Over East China Sea

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Japan Air Self Defense Force scrambled its jets 117 times against Chinese planes in the third quarter of 2015.
China-Japan Relations: Has the Ice Stayed Broken?

China-Japan Relations: Has the Ice Stayed Broken?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Richard Bush on China-Japan relations since their top leaders shook hands in November 2014.

The Politics of History in China-Japan Relations

The Politics of History in China-Japan Relations

By Xie Tao
China and Japan must remember the past, but not live forever in its shadow.

Better Get Used to it, China: Taiwan and Japan Will Get Closer

Better Get Used to it, China: Taiwan and Japan Will Get Closer

By J. Michael Cole
Geopolitical context and domestic sentiments mean Tokyo and Taipei are likely to draw closer together.

A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules

A First: China Turns Back Commercial Flight For Violating East China Sea ADIZ Rules

By Ankit Panda
China's enforcement of its East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) is starting to work out.
Taiwan's Former President Causes Controversy in Japan

Taiwan's Former President Causes Controversy in Japan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Lee Teng-hui causes a stir by repeating his view that the Senkakus belong to Japan.

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