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Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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Japan Expanding Naval Base in Djibouti to Diminish Chinese Military Power in Africa

The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) has operated a military base in Djibouti since 2011.

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South China Sea Dispute: China's Defense Ministry Asks Japan to Stay out of Row

China has once again asked Japan to stay out of South China Sea dispute.

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East China Sea Dispute: Japan Issues Warning to China, Says it is Determined to Defend its Territory

Japan on Monday warned China against carrying out aggressive actions in the disputed East China Sea.

China Flies More Than 40 Bombers and Fighter Jets Near Japan's Islands

China Flies More Than 40 Bombers and Fighter Jets Near Japan's Islands in East China Sea

In what military analysts have described as a show of force to Japan, China's air force said it flew more than 40 bombers and other fighter jets near Japan's islands in the East China Sea as part of its military drills in the Western Pacific on Sunday.

Chinese fighter jets and a refuel plane perform during the closing ceremony of a Sino-Russian military exercise on August 25, 2005 in eastern China's Shandong Province.

China Air Force Conducts Exercises in Western Pacific

China Air Force on Sunday has conducted another series of drills and patrols in the Western Pacific region after passing through a strait between Japanese islands.

Japanese firm SoftBank recently announced a newly formed partnership with Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE to help the county implement 5G network technology.

Japan’s SoftBank Taps Chinese Tech Firms Huawei, ZTE to Implement 5G Technology

It appears that Japan is looking forward to become the first country to implement 5G technology. Japan recently announced a newly formed partnership with Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE to help the county implement 5G network technology.

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South China Sea Dispute: China Slams Japan Over 'Abnormal' Conduct on South China Sea Dispute

China has slammed Japan over its stance on the South China Sea dispute, accusing Japan of acting abnormally on the issue.

China Lambasts Japan for Intervening in South China Sea Row

China Lambasts Japan for Intervening in South China Sea Row

China on Monday lambasted Japan following a recent announcement that Tokyo will step up its presence in the South China Sea. Beijing said such actions, in the pretense of upholding the interests of the international community, would only lead to further confusion in the disputed region.

Japan has 'Ulterior Motives' in Joining US Patrols in the South China Sea: Xinhua

Japan has 'Ulterior Motives' for Opting to Join US Patrols in the South China Sea: Xinhua

Japan's decision to participate in joint patrols with the United States in the contested South China Sea is a ploy by Tokyo to gain a "bargaining chip" in its dispute with China over the Senkaku Islands (Diaoyu Islands in China) in the East China Sea, China's state-run news agency Xinhua said on Saturday.

China to Target Japanese Ships Once US-Japan Joint Patrols in South China Sea Begin

China to Target Japanese Ships Once US-Japan Joint Patrols in the South China Sea Begin

Bilateral relations between China and Japan might deteriorate further should Tokyo send warships to the disputed South China Sea following its announcement that it will join forces with the US in patrolling the strategic waterway.

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China Raises Alert for Typhoon Malakas, Likely to hit Taiwan and Coastal China

China's National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center (CNMEFC) has upgraded it warning for Typhoon Malakas to Orange. After being ravaged by Typhoon Meranti, the east coast of Taiwan is set to be barraged by Typhoon Malakas on Saturday. Typhoon Malakas will be the 16th typhoon to slam the costs of Fujian and Zhejiang provinces this year.

China’s July holding of US treasuries has been reported at the lowest level since 2013.

China’s US Treasuries Holdings at Lowest Level Since 2013

China’s July holding of US treasuries has been reported at the lowest level since 2013. Its holding has decreased for a fourth straight month. China is the biggest US creditor and the US government owes it $1.219 trillion of debt as in July. Japan held $1.155 trillion worth of Treasuries as it retained its position as the second-biggest holder of the bonds.

Japan announced that it would be joining the US training patrol in South China Sea

Japan to Join US Military Exercise in the South China Sea

Japan is looking to increase its presence in the South China Sea. The country has announced that it would be joining the US training patrol in the contested region. Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said that Japan would conduct similar exercises with regional navies as well.

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Japan to Increase South China Sea Patrols with US and Asian Allies

Japan will conduct bilateral and multilateral exercises with regional navies such as the Vietnam People's Navy and the Philippine Navy.

Japan is looking to sell aircraft to India

China Slams Japan for Weapon Sale to India, Says Deal is ‘Disgraceful’

China has expressed its concern over Japan's decision to sell search and rescue aircraft to India at a low cost. Japan and India have agreed to the sale of $1.6 billion worth of Shinmaywa US-2+ search and rescue aircraft. The sale would be made at a reduced rate to strengthen security ties between the countries.

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