• Adelphi Books

    The Ties That Divide

    24 October 2014.  In this Adelphi William Choong argues that there is a pressing need for China and Japan to work out bilateral arrangements to prevent a further deterioration in relations.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter Three: Perceptions, postures and instability

    16 October 2014.  China and Japan are, according to some observers, locked in a security dilemma, where mutual mistrust leads each to pursue defensive measures that the other regards as threatening.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter Two: The Senkaku/Diaoyu dispute

    16 October 2014. 

    The Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands comprise five islets and three rocks in the East China Sea about 200km northeast of Taiwan, 400km west of Okinawa and 300km east of the Chinese mainland

  • Adelphi Books

    Conclusion

    16 October 2014. 

    Achieving political understanding between Beijing and Tokyo will not be easy, but continuing with the current course would be an exercise in folly.

  • Adelphi Books

    Chapter One: The historical context

    16 October 2014. 

    Two milennia of relations: for Japan, from prehistory to relatively recent times, the outside world  was China.

  • Adelphi Books

    Introduction

    16 October 2014. 

    Disputes over historiography and the Senkakus/Diaoyus, coupled with an increased focus on the part of both navies towards the East China Sea, have increased the likelihood of military conflict in a region of vital importance to the global economy.

  • Events

    Changing Asiaļ¼a Japanese Perspective: How to Read Asia Today

    13 October 2014. 

    Discussion Meeting
    Ichiro Fujisaki 
    President, America–Japan Society, Inc;
    Distinguished Professor and Chairman of International Strategies, Sophia University, Tokyo;
    Distinguished Professor, Keio University, Tokyo;
    Former Ambassador of Japan to the US
    Arundel House, London
    Monday, 13 October 2014

  • Politics and Strategy

    Mark Fitzpatrick: Nuclear latency with an attitude

    07 October 2014.  ‘Who coined the term “Japan model”?’, plaintively asked a participant at a workshop on nuclear latency at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington on 2 October. Panellists speaking about Iran’s and Brazil’s nuclear programmes respectively had both used the term to describe the aspirations of those countries for acquiring advanced civilian nuclear technologies. Like Japan, both want to expand uranium enrichment unhindered. Brazil’s case raises its own set of questions, such...

  • GSR

    A New Cold War in Asia?

    21 September 2014. 

    Global Stratgic Review 2014 Fourth Plenary Session
    Eric Li, Chairman, Chengwei Capital; Member of the Council, IISS  
    Sarah Raine, Consulting Senior Fellow for Geo-Economics and Security, IISS 
    Ichita Yamamoto, former Minister in charge of Ocean Policy and Territorial Issues, Japan

  • GSR

    A New Cold War in Asia? Ichita Yamamoto

    21 September 2014. 

    Global Stratgic Review 2014 Fourth Plenary Session
    Ichita Yamamoto, former Minister in charge of Ocean Policy and Territorial Issues, Japan

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