Japan

If we strike a deal with Japan, we're buying more than submarines

Asian power politics must be factored into any defence contract decisions, writes Hugh White.

Orientalism refashioned: 'Eastern moon' in 'Western waters' reflecting back on the East China Sea

Department of International Relations: Power, Ethics & World Order Seminar Series

Reconstructing China: Japanese technicians and industrialization in the early years of the People's Republic of China

The Chinese Communist Party was confronted with the pressing challenge of ‘reconstructing’ China’s industrial economy when it came to power in 1949.

Scenario of China's Fault II

In recent weeks there has been a palpable shift in the tenor of China-Japan relations.

Why Abe-Park summit matters to rest of Asia

While differences over whether Japan has adequately atoned for its imperial history remain, the meeting between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South

The China-Japan relationship

Dr AMY KING collaborates on two new publications offering fresh perspectives on the past, present and future of the China-Japan relationship

Friends and neighbours

A new publication discusses strengthening the Australia-Japan-US security relationship.

Unlocking the Japan-ROK Relationship: the Key is National Identity

In 2015 the Japan-ROK relationship seems at near rock-bottom.

Asia still festers over WWII wounds

The legacies of the Second World War could mean conflict today, write Nick Bisley and Brendan Taylor.

A new gateway for research on Asia

New partnership brings ANU and Japan scholars together.

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