Brad Glosserman is deputy director of and visiting professor at the Center for Rule Making Strategies at Tama University in Tokyo, as well as non-resident senior advisor at Pacific Forum. He is author of Peak Japan: The End of Great Ambitions (Georgetown University Press, 2019).
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For the first time, a majority of Japan's public supports the country expanding its security alliance with the United States—thanks to Russia’s war in Ukraine.
Japan has lost its most passionate advocate of constitutional reform. Brad Glosserman reports from Tokyo following the murder of Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.
China doesn't. To compete, the United States should be careful not to stray from its own principles.
America’s Asian partners exude loads of ambivalence on China, says a top analyst in Tokyo.