The United States Ambassador to China, Gary Locke, took office in August. He and his family believe in, support and represent values such as freedom, equality and democracy, which are considered God-given human rights in America. Consequentially, he is doomed to become a new walking and talking benchmark for Chinese [Read more]
"The U.S. is taking bets on the implications of this long spring."
On Sept. 21, the U.S. government announced its arms sales to Taiwan totalling $5.852 billion. In response, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun summoned the U.S. ambassador to China, Gary Locke, and lodged a strong protest against this incident.
If we look back on the issue of arms sales to Taiwan, the answer [Read more]
Trust has been built between leaders of each country by continued efforts on both sides and through concrete results. Prime Minister Noda should do the same thing.
Prime Minster Noda visited the United States and met with President Barack Obama.
The president said, “Japan is a key ally and partner with whom we have [Read more]
The collective effort of stimulus packages and bank bailouts from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego will not repeat itself.
Opinion polls at half mast, partial elections lost ... According to the Washington Post, the president of the United States has to push the panic button if he wants to be re-elected in 2012.
It’s certainly a minor incident, that nearly went unnoticed, except American televisions rebroadcast the ceremony. On Sept. [Read more]
Even with diplomatic relations that normally go well, there are some problems that are difficult to approach. With Japan-U.S. relations, the atomic bombings are one such example.
More than 200,000 people lost their lives in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and even now, many others continue to suffer [Read more]