[I]t looks like ________ refers to you, Trump.
Donald Trump’s administration sought Chinese cooperation on the North Korean problem by incorporating it into trade issues.
America turned to direct talks with North Korea, excluding China. China made a comeback by using economic assistance as leverage.
In reality, North Korean-American talks broke down, and [Read more]
The Democrats’ failure to provide evidence that would cut through the Republican Party is a political defeat for them.
While it is certain that America’s departure is fraught with difficulties, there is a powerful grassroots movement that shares a sense of crisis.
[T]he GSOMIA increased the deterrence power of both the Japanese-American and South Korean-American alliances, of which the U.S. is the pivot.
International society cannot just sit by and watch America’s blunders.
The liberal candidates’ points may become the basis for the world in 10 or 20 years.
The Diet has begun deliberations on the Japan-U.S. trade agreement. Because approval by the U.S. Congress is unnecessary, if the Diet approves the agreement, it will take effect at the beginning of next year. It is currently one of the Diet’s focuses.
A major point of contention is whether the trade agreement [Read more]
Unmistakably, the Chinese-American conflict is exceeding that of a simple trade dispute and growing into a cold war.
There are reasons for the series of counterattacks from the public on shareholders and capital. It is a case of distorted distribution.