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1. The Return of Shuttle Diplomacy

2. Deepening Suspicions and Limited Diplomacy

3. North Cranks up Nukes—and Slams Down the Phone

4. Confrontation Muted, Tensions Growing

5. China Strengthens Regional Leadership Countering US Challenges

6. Washington Zeroes in on Manila

7. An Even Larger Role in Everything

8. US-Korea Relations: Nuclear New Year

9. US-China Effort to Set “Guardrails” Fizzles with Balloon Incident

10. The US and Japan Build Multilateral Momentum

11. China-Russia Relations: Ending the War? Or the World?

12. Japan and South Korea as Like-Minded Partners in the Indo-Pacific

13. Japan-China Relations: A Period of Cold Peace?

14. China-Korea Relations: Kim Jong Un Tests Xi-Yoon Diplomacy

15. Tensions Intensify as Taiwan-US IT Cooperation Blossoms

16. US-India Relations: Friends with Benefits

17. US-Korea Relations: Everything Everywhere All At Once, Extremely Close and Incredibly Loud

18. US-Japan Relations: Ramping Up Diplomacy and Defense Cooperation

19. The Run-up to Xi Jinping’s State Visit

20. US-Japan Relations and the Trump Effect

21. Philippine Follies

22. Abe-Xi Met; Diplomats Talked; Wait ‘Til Next Year…

23. Tokyo Transitions to Trump

24. Running on Rivalry: Presidential Hopefuls Capitalize on Disputes

25. Staying on a Test Course

26. Mostly Sanctions, Some Commerce, and Elections

27. Friction and Cooperation Advance Simultaneously

28. No Lack of Dialogue, Results – TBD

29. Politics of “Reluctant Allies”

30. US-Japan Relations: Strategic Alignment

31. Gaining Traction

32. All Still Quiet in the East

33. Back in the Same Orbit and Back on Earth

34. History and Other Alliance Constraints

35. Sorry Seems the Hardest Word (unless you’re a CEO)

36. Tales of Two Parades, Two Drills, and Two Summits

37. Full text issue A Triannual E-Journal on East Asian Bilateral Relations