“The stronger Japanese response to this crisis is not solely driven by policymakers, but also by the public’s reaction,” writes Craig Kafura in the Diplomat.
Republicans are more concerned about China's rise than ever before.
New Chicago Council-Japan Institute of International Affairs data find the Japanese public has greater confidence in US economic and military power than do Americans.
With coming visits to India, “There will be an opportunity for the US to smooth over some feathers that have been ruffled,” says Craig Kafura on India Today.
Fifty years ago, US President Richard Nixon traveled to China and established the basis for a normalization of relations between the two powers. Are we due for another transformation?
In a shift from just a month ago, the Japanese public favors tough sanctions on Russia in concert with the US and Europe.
It’s high time to re-launch the Civil Space Dialogue and the Space Security Exchange with China, argues Craig Kafura in War on the Rocks.
Does a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics have public support among countries doing so? Data show modest support—and skepticism.
Council surveys find that younger Americans are still forming their views on Taiwan and US-Taiwan relations.
Younger Americans are more confident in US power vis-a-vis China and are more likely to oppose restrictions on scientific and educational exchanges between the two.