As Tokyo shows signs of flexing muscle in East Asia, neighboring countries are reacting.
China and Korea are furious with their neighbor. Their current approach won't get results.
China won't risk pressuring North Korea unless it fears Japan and South Korea might develop bombs of their own.
Rapidly expanding central-bank balance sheets threaten the global economy.
Tokyo's rising hardliners aren't the right folks to balance Beijing.
Shinzo Abe might turn Japan into an isolated, aging, indebted fortress.
Obama needs to get strategic rather than focusing on the minutiae of a crucial relationship.
China and Japan urgently need to reach an agreement on handling incidents at sea.
New surveillance drones and new defense spending will tighten Japan's hold on the disputed islands without increasing risks.
The recent elections didn't address the island nation's energy crisis.
Stay informed on our latest news!
Follow The National Interest