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China's Growing Middle East Role and the Potential for US-China Conflict

China Rocks the Geopolitical Boat with Iran Oil Deals

Unrequited Responsibility: Japan, Iran and Israel

Japan's Indian Ocean Naval Deployment: Blue water militarization in a "normal country"

Baghdad under U.S. Occupation and Iraqi Anger

A New Security Framework for Northeast Asia

The US Geopolitical Nightmare: The Middle East, Central Asia, East Asia

The Roots of the Japanese Oil Victory in Libya

Open the Door -- Japan's Policy of Exclusion of Refugees (Part 2)

Japan's New Blue Water Navy: A Four-year Indian Ocean mission recasts the Constitution and the US-Japan alliance