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Lee Teng-hui’s Memorial Service Provides Catalyst for Diplomatic Outreach to Taiwan
September 22, 2020

Lee Teng-hui’s Memorial Service Provides Catalyst for Diplomatic Outreach to Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
In addition to a U.S. under secretary of state, a former Japanese prime minister was also in attendance.

Abe Shinzo’s Legacy in Japan-Europe Relations
September 14, 2020

Abe Shinzo’s Legacy in Japan-Europe Relations

By Michito Tsuruoka
Mainstreaming Europe in Japan’s foreign policy.
Assessing Abe Shinzo’s Geopolitical Legacy
September 09, 2020

Assessing Abe Shinzo’s Geopolitical Legacy

By Ankit Panda
A biographer of Japan’s outgoing prime minister discusses Abe’s lasting legacy on foreign affairs and trade.

Abe Shinzo or Shinzo Abe: What’s in a Name?
September 03, 2020

Abe Shinzo or Shinzo Abe: What’s in a Name?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Japan changed the order of officials' English language names a year ago – but the world has been slow to adapt.

Shinzo Abe’s Paltry Legacy
August 31, 2020

Shinzo Abe’s Paltry Legacy

By Jeff Kingston
Despite enormous stature and power, Abe leaves office having accomplished relatively little.

Japan’s Shinzo Abe to Step Down Leaving Behind a Rich Strategic Legacy
August 28, 2020

Japan’s Shinzo Abe to Step Down Leaving Behind a Rich Strategic Legacy

By Abhijnan Rej
Abe’s penchant for thinking big has helped shape the Indo-Pacific.

Abe Sets Japan’s Record for Longest PM Term Even as Health Concerns Loom
August 24, 2020

Abe Sets Japan’s Record for Longest PM Term Even as Health Concerns Loom

By Associated Press
Even as Abe set a new mark for most consecutive days as Japan’s prime minister, a series of hospital visits have raised questions.
India-Japan Defense Ties to Get a Boost With Modi-Abe Virtual Summit
August 20, 2020

India-Japan Defense Ties to Get a Boost With Modi-Abe Virtual Summit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Despite some disappointments on both sides, the India-Japan relationship looks set to further deepen in the face of an aggressive China.

Amid the Pandemic, Australia and Japan Continue Their Strategic Convergence
July 14, 2020

Amid the Pandemic, Australia and Japan Continue Their Strategic Convergence

By Ankit Panda
A virtual leaders’ meeting didn’t make the top of global headlines, but it underscored the continued convergence between Tokyo and Canberra.

Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?
July 07, 2020

Chinese Vessels Enter Senkaku Islands Territorial Sea for Longest Duration Since 2012. Why Now?

By Ankit Panda
According to the Japan Coast Guard, Chinese vessels remained in the territorial sea around the disputed islets for 30 hours.

Japan Should Continue to Speak up on the Chinese Government’s Human Rights Abuses
June 30, 2020

Japan Should Continue to Speak up on the Chinese Government’s Human Rights Abuses

By Teppei Kasai
Taking a tough, meaningful stand against Beijing is not easy, but Tokyo must continue to demonstrate the depth of its commitments to human rights.
Making Sense of Japan’s Decision to Scrap Aegis Ashore Missile Defense
June 26, 2020

Making Sense of Japan’s Decision to Scrap Aegis Ashore Missile Defense

By Ankit Panda
James Schoff joins the podcast to discuss Tokyo’s options on missile defense.

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