New publication in the Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching for the digital project duo.
Since the onset of the global financial crisis which originated in the subprime meltdown in the United States, ‘shadow banking’ has attracted considerable attention. Shadow banking, unlike traditional banking, is not subject to strict regulations.
Japanese domestic politics is sharply divided over the right to collective self-defence.
Brendan Taylor on how Tokyo took a leaf out of Beijing’s book and put in a strong performance at the 2014 Shangri-La gathering.
Why Japan's Prime Minister is determined to transition Japan from pacifist to 'normal' military power
The debate on the reinterpretation of the Japanese constitution is looming to be the single most consequential security-related debate in Tokyo since the US-Japan Security Treaty debate in 1960.
President Obama faced a stark choice when he went to Japan last week. Either he had to commit himself to supporting Japan militarily over the Senkakus/Diaoyus, or he had to accept that the ‘pivot’ was no longer credible.
Japan’s claim to contested islands may prove the stumbling block to China’s ‘new great power relations’ with the US.