"Xi Jinping will conclude that, if Putin can take Crimea, he can take Taiwan," warns Anders Rasmussen, based on his years of experience leading NATO.
On National Foundation Day — and amid the Ukraine war and the tensions in East Asia — the Japanese should reflect on their relationship with their...
Voter concerns in the Taiwan elections were on local issues, such as economy and inflation. But the results could embolden China's influence operations.
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...
Where is Prime Minister Kishida’s sense of urgency? All celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the normalization of ties with Beijing should be canceled.
The war games simulation in Tokyo used scenarios “so timely as to be frightening,” and well within the range of possibilities.
However, Xi is seeking an unprecedented 3rd term in office at the CCP's autumn national party congress and wants to avoid risks that could threaten his...
China’s actions threaten to create a Taiwan crisis, which would be a Japan crisis, and could quickly create the danger of war in East Asia.
A former Chinese labor camp survivor analyzes an audio file that, while not independently verified, is raising concerns about the country’s military intentions.
The fact that the commander of the collective eastern forces felt a sense of crisis about China’s military readiness and made the problem public is noteworthy.
A fight to defend Taiwan will be far more deadly than Ukraine. So what if Japan takes the lead by ending its own strategic ambiguity first?
“Being able to exercise the right of collective self-defense means nothing more than avoiding getting dragged into a war,” he said at a recent symposium.