• Japan’s politics
    No leader in Japan’s recent history has been more politically successful than Shinzo Abe. He’s held on to power for […]
  • Foreign policy
    Japan has long struggled to find a comfortable place in the world between its ally the United States and its powerful neighbour China. The current tension between those two great rivals has heightened Japan’s dilemma. It leaves makes Japan particularly vulnerable to being caught up in a conflict in the Asia-Pacific, with huge implications for its defence strategy. Duncan Barlett discusses Japan’s foriegn policy with Andrew Peaple.

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