What are the G7 outcomes for the climate, and what should we expect in the coming months? We highlight some of the main points below.
IPEF envisions lessening the dependence of its 14 member Indo-Pacific nations on China by diversifying their procurement sources.
China has a chokehold on access to rare earth minerals used in technologies such as EV engines. These new alternatives will provide welcome supply chain relief.
As the G7 Hiroshima Summit came to a close, a key country in the focus of G7 leaders was China, including its economic opportunism and aggression.
China itself is the one abusing the global supply chain in its quest for hegemony. Effectively enforcing semiconductor rules is necessary for economic security.
China has been the focus of Germany's Asia policy. Expect China to go on the offensive to frustrate greater Germany-Japan cooperation.
"I am aware that there are several issues that still need to be addressed" with South Korea, but will build on a mutual relationship of trust,...
An Uyghur Japanese national urges consumers to stop buying goods tainted with Chinese forced labor and human rights abuses. How about Tokyo's solar panels?
US-Japan activities on technology and export controls offer promise of greater supply chain resilience and security as IPEF planning meetings continue.
Establishing a trilateral economic security dialogue on supply chains in the Japan-US-South Korea summit talks impacts semiconductors, a priority of China.
Their announcement of R&D cooperation on a Japan-based 2-nanometer semiconductor facility shows both parties’ strengths can help leading-edge supply chains.
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.