Sino-Japanese Relations
Sino-Japanese Relations
Japan Lashes Out at China

Meanwhile, all eyes are on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to see whether he will push for remilitarization.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Will Japan and China Really Ease Tensions?

The foreign ministers of China and Japan held a four-hour meeting on Saturday. They’ll need more time than that.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Asia’s Big Two Meet Up

The leaders of China and Japan met formally at the APEC conference, and took valuable steps towards a more amicable relationship. That’s good news for the U.S., too.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Xi to Stand Abe Up at APEC?

A Chinese state-run paper pours cold water on the prospects of a historic Xi-Abe summit at the APEC conference.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Did Abe Pay a High Price for Xi Meeting?

Japan’s acknowledgment of China’s position on the Senkaku/Diaoyu Island isn’t the major surrender it might seem. In fact, Abe is playing his hand well, and China doesn’t have all the advantages.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Abe Woos Xi

The Chinese Ambassador to Japan said that Shinzo Abe’s efforts to woo Xi Jinping into meeting with him and to foster warmer Sino-Japanese relations are paying off.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Japan and China Open Dialogue on Maritime Tensions

For the first time in two years, high-level delegations from Japan and China met to discuss tensions in the East China Sea. If that is anything to go by, it’s a huge confirmation for Shinzo Abe’s strategy, and a sign that the two Asian great powers will not end up going to war.

Sino-Japanese Relations
Chinese See War With Japan as Inevitable

Relations between the two countries are at an all-time low, with a majority of poll respondents from each nation thinking poorly of the other, and more than half Chinese respondents expecting war.

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