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Lindsay Black reviews Post-War Japan as a Sea Power: Imperial Legacy, Wartime Experience and the Making of a Navy, by Alessio Patalano.
Japan is putting too much faith in its ability to woo Russia. Tokyo will be disappointed, since its strategy is both erratically pursued, and fundamentally unrealistic.
Japan and NATO have deepened their defence engagement following joint efforts to address common maritime challenges
Prepared by Edward Schwarck
This report summarises the proceedings of a RUSI public event which convened leading British and Japanese experts in order to explore their views on the future of UK–Japan security co-operation
John Hemmings reviews: Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and Rising China, by Sheila A Smith
There is a real risk that the build-up of military capabilities in the region could spiral out of control
Common views of East Asian maritime diplomacy as solely coercive neglect to consider the power of co-operative efforts, such as Japan’s naval humanitarian relief operations
The revitalised co-operation between the UK and Japan needs to be operationalised for mutual benefit
As Japan develops its cyber-security capabilities, much still needs to be done to ensure the efficacy of its cyber-policy
Jeremy Stocker and David Wiencek (editors)
This Whitehall Paper brings together wide-ranging perspectives on the post-ABM Treaty missile defence debate: the policies in the UK, US, EU, NATO, Japan and Taiwan, among others, and the scientific...