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Japan's First Steps Into the World of Arms Exports
January 15, 2015
Japan's First Steps Into the World of Arms Exports
Since overturning a ban on arms exports last year, Tokyo has made cautious progress on defense cooperation.
Japan's First Steps Into the World of Arms Exports
America in Northeast Asia: Credibility and Deterrence
October 27, 2014
America in Northeast Asia: Credibility and Deterrence
Why the United States should close the credibility gap in a tense region.
America in Northeast Asia: Credibility and Deterrence
Japan’s Decision on Collective Self-Defense in Context
October 03, 2014
Japan’s Decision on Collective Self-Defense in Context
In the East Asian regional context, Japan’s changing security posture is not the force for peace Tokyo claims it is.
Japan’s Decision on Collective Self-Defense in Context
Why Washington Can’t Restrain Tokyo
March 04, 2014
Why Washington Can’t Restrain Tokyo
The current U.S. security posture in East Asia leaves it with few options should a crisis escalate.
Why Washington Can’t Restrain Tokyo
The US-Japan Security Relationship: Drift or Longevity?

October 18, 2013
The US-Japan Security Relationship: Drift or Longevity?

Despite concerns, with quality leadership bilateral security ties should continue to thrive.
The US-Japan Security Relationship: Drift or Longevity?

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