China’s rejection of sanctions against Russia and its launching of spy balloons reveal the yawning chasm between its lofty rhetoric and its actions.
Politicians and defense experts, including from Japan, gathered in Germany to discuss Ukraine as North Korea fired another missile into the sea near Hokkaido.
The former British prime minister and other global lawmakers gathered in Tokyo on February 17 to send one unifying message: the need to stand up to...
"We cannot just let China act as it wants," warns Japanese Diet member Keiji Furuya, leader of a cross-parliamentary human rights group in Tokyo.
The spy balloon reaffirms that a "US-China war" by other means is already underway. But given the strange timing, was it just a test or something...
With his term extended for an historic additional five years, Xi Jinping may be feeling invincible and strong. But he must know that nothing is permanent.
China's scaremongering has reached a new low. Ambassador Xiao Qian tried to instill fear of a Japanese invasion among the Australians. But times have changed.
What impact will the recent completion of China's space station Tiangong ("heavenly palace") have on the new space race?
In the new book "Can You Win Against China?" (Kimi Tachi, Chugoku Ni Katerunoka), four key national security figures sound an alarm about the China threat.
China was keen on using the October 1992 visit of then-Emperor Akihito to escape Western sanctions due to the Tiananmen Massacre, declassified records show.
If Beijing refuses to listen, reciprocating China's visa ban is the obvious option for Tokyo. Reciprocity is the international standard.
In reality Beijing's "Made in China 2025" policy means that the Chinese market won't be open to significant foreign imports anyway over the long term.