Why Britain should join Exercise Malabar

Robert Clark argues that as Britain further commits to the Indo-Pacific, the Royal Navy should join Exercise Malabar

The geopolitical implications of a NATO liaison office in Japan

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones analyses the potential formation of a NATO liaison office in Japan and its implications for the Euro-Atlantic and Indo-Pacific

The CPTPP and Britain’s Pacific Rim engagement

George Magnus examines the CPTPP and the economic and political implications of Britain’s accession to the bloc

NATO goes on manoeuvres in the Indo-Pacific

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones analyses the visit of NATO’s Secretary General to South Korea and Japan

Reciprocity redefines the British-Japanese defence relationship

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones investigates the significance of the Reciprocal Access Agreement signed between the United Kingdom and Japan

Japan’s new security strategy: rising to meet the challenge

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones analyses Japan’s 2022 national security strategy and what it means for its defence and foreign policy

The Quad: Taking stock and looking forward

Prof. Ian Hall assesses the Quad’s approach to managing Indo-Pacific security challenges and the future of the group

Old allies and new partners

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones investigates the allies and partners of Global Britain in this more competitive era

Japan girds itself for the long game: 2022 defence white paper

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones examines what Japan’s 2022 defence white paper says about its strategic posture for the years ahead

Shinzo Abe (1954-2022)

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones reflects on Shinzo Abe’s role in international affairs, how he strengthened Britain-Japan relations and his legacy