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The Transnational in China’s Foreign Policy: The Case of Sino-Japanese Relations

The Transnational in China’s Foreign Policy: The Case of Sino-Japanese Relations

Relations between the People’s Republic of China and Japan seem to display a plethora of unresolved issues that strain the ties between the two countries.

Evolution of Sino-Japanese Relations: Implications for Northeast Asia and Beyond

Evolution of Sino-Japanese Relations: Implications for Northeast Asia and Beyond

China and Japan regularly hold bilateral talks and participate in multilateral discussions about regional cooperation, but trust deficits keep the two nations apart.

Statue Politics vs. East Asian Security: The Growing Role of China

Statue Politics vs. East Asian Security: The Growing Role of China

China’s goals in jumping on the official comfort women bandwagon are arguably strategic, helping support the growing divide between Japan and Korea.

The ‘History Problem’ in Sino-Japanese Relations: What’s the Problem?

The ‘History Problem’ in Sino-Japanese Relations: What’s the Problem?

The understanding of the history problem changes over time in Japan and in China even though there appears to be some stability concerning the important issues.

Review – Bridging Troubled Waters

Review – Bridging Troubled Waters

Manicom’s optimistic work determines that careful conflict management could serve to abate tensions in the East China Sea, avoiding a worsening in Sino-Japanese conflict.

Rethinking Change and Continuity in Japanese Defense Policy and Politics

Rethinking Change and Continuity in Japanese Defense Policy and Politics

Japan has been following a deliberate course in the reform of its defense policy. This has emphasized gradual change over revolutionary breaks. More changes are to come.

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