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Time for China and the Philippines to Talk: Resolving the South China Sea Conundrum
Richard Javad Heydarian
Academic, policy adviser, and author of "Asia's New Battlefiel...
Throughout my conversations with Japanese and Vietnamese colleagues, I have repeatedly heard how much they admire the Philippines' courage to take China to the court and openly criticize its destabilizing actions. Yet, the Philippines can also draw crucial lessons from its neighbors.
China's Growing Global Military Presence: Walk Softly and Carry a Small Stick
Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global R...
The alarm bells that are ringing among various governments and in the press with respect to China's growing global military presence are overdone.
The United States' Stance on Sino-Japanese Maritime Dispute
S. Azmat Hassan
Former ambassador for Pakistan to Syria, Morocco, Malaysia, fo...
The United States' stance which was largely neutral earlier over the disputed islets in the East China Sea between China and Japan seems to have morphed from ambiguous neutrality to a more pro-Japanese flavor.
From Sarajevo to the Senkakus: The Road to World War III?
Author of Crouching Tiger and Death By China books and films
Rationally, it makes little sense for it to risk its economic growth over a conflict in the East China Sea. However, China's bullying bid for the Senkaku Islands is part of a much broader strategy.
Three Men Make a Tiger
Lyric Hughes Hale
Editor of Econvue, a forum for independent voices and expert o...
Japanese businessmen have returned home from their posts in China, fearing boycotts and violence. Could a dispute over a few tiny islands actually result in war? Bound by treaty to defend Japan, which side would the United States take in a military confrontation?
Is Japan Turning to the Right?
Fmr. Ambassador of Japan to the United States
The days of using force or coercion, whether military or economic, to solve disputes over land should be left in the last century. Let us not forget that we are already deep into the 21stcentury. No, Japan is not turning to the right. We will continue to go on straight.
Chinese Protesters Rage Against Japan
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