Five ways that Beijing could get rid of its dependence on U.S. debt.
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Japan's defense minister talks to Foreign Policy.
Let's not be so quick to prejudge Caroline Kennedy's appointment as U.S. ambassador to Japan.
Naming Caroline Kennedy ambassador to Japan sends a terrible message about America.
Is popular Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe trying to rewrite history with a radical nationalist new constitution?
Why are the United States and Japan still giving tens of millions of dollars in aid to China?
Japan's former defense minister talks to FP about cyberattacks, the East China Sea face-off, and whether North Korea's Kim Jong Un is a puppet dictator.
Have 70 years of nuclear policy been based on a lie?
Shinzo Abe is at the height of his popularity. But is he too much of a right-wing nut to save the country's economy?
Forget about the WTO. Here's how Obama is about to change the game on free trade.
Congress needs to make Pyongyang pay a price for its recklessness.
Japan is Washington's most important Asian ally. But in some ways it's also the trickiest.
The much-maligned U.S. Postal Service stacks up surprisingly well in international rankings.
How a showdown over a group of remote islands in the East China Sea is heating up online.
Will Japan's new prime minister really take back his country's apology for World War II?
From the U.S. deficit to Mideast turmoil, the issues that could have the biggest impact on the global economy in the coming year.