Despite the RIC Trilateral, India is committed to a free and open Indo-Pacific and is an important partner to Japan as a democratic counterweight to China.
The new National Security Strategy will likely determine Japan's national security trajectory for at least the next ten years. This is what you need to know.
The Ukraine war and double threat from China and North Korea in Japan's backyard have pushed Tokyo to update national security plans and step up India...
Japan and Europe share the same perspective on upholding the rules-based order and have been impressed by each other's responses to the war in Ukraine.
The Xi Jinping dictatorship has become absolute. What does that mean to Japan, and how will it affect Tokyo's economic and security policy choices?
Sri Lanka is strategically located at the crossroads of major shipping routes important to India and Japan and urgently needs help resolving its debt crisis.
China’s actions against Japan are a signal to deter its pursuit of the free and open Indo-Pacific and dampen Tokyo’s growing global profile and regional voice.
Within a divided world, Abe’s most defining legacy for Japan, the regional and global community, was that he built a united democratic Indo-Pacific coalition.
Taking a look at how Japan might build a more cohesive Korean Peninsula policy, making room for different visions and potential unification or regime changes.
Recent back-to-back engagements with NATO show Japan’s growing strategic alignment with the EU, while Kishida’s eye on the US-Japan alliance is strong.
India has been one of the few major states to abstain from a vote to condemn Russia in the UN, and also bought Russian oil at...
China remains a top trade partner, so while all three share a common threat perception of the revisionist authoritarian power, they are realistic in their approaches...