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How Abe changed Japan
Abe Shinzo, assassinated on Friday, leaves an enduring legacy for his transformation of Japanese foreign and security policy writes Bill Emmott.
The loss of an inspirational leader and a friend
Under Abe Shinzo, Australia’s relations with Japan went from strength to strength, writes Bruce Miller.
Quad momentum continues
The Tokyo Quad summit shows the group is maturing, but the real tests are still to come writes Purnendra Jain.
Japan’s Security Outlook: Moving beyond thinking to doing
In 2022, Japan and China mark 50 years since diplomatic 'normalisation'. Nobushige Takamizawa writes the milestone comes amid a growing array of regional security challenges that require Tokyo to re-examine potential threats from conflict over Taiwan to cyber attacks and act urgently to strengthen its capacity to respond.
As Tokyo sharpens its economic security strategy, has Seikei Bunri run its course?
Japan's economic security strategy, influenced by the high politics of technology and its influence on geopolitics and national security, is now evolving due to the current US-China strategic competition, writes Dr Titli Basu.