A former United States Marine looks at 40+ years of US-China dialogue to find how talks have benefitted China but not the peace and stability of...
At the Japan-China Summit, Xi Jinping refused to rule out using military force against Taiwan, and showed he still had ambitions for the Senkakus.
On the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit, the Japan, South Korea, US leaders declare they are "more aligned than ever" in responding to North Korea's provocations.
The expert panel's focus on Japan's defense buildup is called for, but what Japan really needs is an overhaul of its security and foreign policy posturing.
Like what it is doing to Ukraine, Russia's occupation of Japan's Northern Territories is a "violation of international law and needs to be resolved," says Ukrainian...
Professor Tomoko Ako argues that creating a counter-narrative based on the logic of democracy is a key strategy in combating digital authoritarianism.
Surrounded by dictatorships possessing nuclear weapons, Japan contends with inward-looking legislators and a finance ministry that restrains defense spending.
As global tensions rise, Japan considers long-range missiles to boost defense capability to discourage enemy attacks and protect its citizens' lives.
That China, North Korea, and Russia are flirting with a nuclear attack option poses an imminent challenge to nuclear deterrence for the US and its Asian...
Joining the International Fleet Review is a positive step but serious bilateral hurdles remain, such as South Korean wartime labor lawsuits and public opinion.
The new large size UAV has an onboard infrared camera to assist the Japan Coast Guard in evaluating maritime accidents and security issues in coastal waters.
While other countries reassess their relationship with Beijing, Chancellor Olaf Scholz becomes a tool with which Xi Jinping tries to chip away at G7 unity.