The US Ambassador says that like-minded countries must collaborate closely and enhance deterrence in order to counter China's increasingly coercive actions.
At the International Atomic Energy Agency's annual meet, China called Japan’s treated water discharge “nuclear-contaminated.” No countries backed its position.
As democratic centers of power in Asia, Japan and India are vital partners of the US in countering China's growing hegemonic ambitions in the Indo-Pacific.
Experts on pressing issues of our time, such as Russia's invasion and the China threat, share their views through JAPAN Forward's current affairs seminar.
PM Kishida hopes to advance cooperation with ASEAN nations Malaysia and the Philippines to counter China's aggressive push for control of the South China Sea.
The last governor of Hong Kong, Lord Chris Patten, warns that "nationalistic fervor" is rising in China, increasing the risk of war over democratic Taiwan.
Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa intends to foster stronger unity among like-minded nations and enhance cooperation with countries of the Global South.
As Mitsubishi stops making cars in China, business leaders express concern about cutthroat competition and anti-foreigner sentiment.
China's financial picture is bleak and Xi Jinping will have to act decisively to maintain power. And that could mean paving a potential path to war.
Even official figures indicate that China's fiscal revenue is facing a severe, long-lasting decline, with the real estate crisis having a significant impact.
The G7, representing around 40% of the world's GDP, could be the most effective challenger to China's hegemony on multiple issues, including economic coercion.
As Xi Jinping consolidates his power and lays the groundwork for regional domination, the US seems intent on simply talking things out — much to Xi's...