Suddenly no one is talking about the irritation caused by illegal NSA surveillance anymore.
At the center of the discussion surrounding the sunflower student movement and state violence, you often hear people bring up the United States. They say that American police are often fairly heavy-handed when it comes to enforcing the law. So it seems strange that they can oppose the legitimacy of state violence and [Read more]
The way China and the U.S. interact with each other is already rare in the history of human relations among major world powers.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye will conduct their first ever face-to-face discussion, with arbitration provided by President Obama.
In line with the Nuclear Security Summit, to be opened on March 24 in The Hague in the Netherlands, a Japan-U.S.-South Korea summit meeting will also [Read more]
For such a wealthy country, it is difficult to fathom how – before now – its citizens did not have access to a basic level of health care; here in this country that considers itself exceptional and a world leader on so many fronts.
The largest beneficiary of the Korea-U.S.-Japan summit on North Korean nuclear issues is Obama. After suffering a critical wound to his image as a world leader from the Crimea-Ukraine crises, he showed that he had successfully mediated the icy relations between Seoul and Tokyo.