[T]he results of this summit’s negotiations have only left the U.S.-China trade war temporarily teetering on the edge of a cliff.
U.S. President Donald Trump expressed dissatisfaction over how the defensive responsibility grounded in the security treaty between the United States and Japan is one-sided.
We ... must continue questioning whether the citizens’ right to know and the freedom of the press will be threatened under the pretext of counterterrorism measures.
Beyond America’s new containment policy, Africa needs empirical research to provide evidence-based assessments of the Belt and Road Initiative
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s trip to Iran to help ease the confrontation between Washington and Tehran has been an unusual diplomatic attempt at peace mediation by the leader of Japan, a pacifist nation in the Far East.
Abe should continue acting as a fair and effective peace mediator to set a precedent for [Read more]
Abe should first appeal to the Iranian leadership to maintain the nuclear agreement.
At the U.S.-Japan summit in Washington on April 26, the two leaders of the U.S. and Japan discussed South Korea’s passive response to cooperation with the U.S. and Japan, according to a Japanese government source yesterday. Earlier on April 11, the Korea-U.S. summit was held at the White House. After talking with [Read more]
By pushing through high tariffs, American President Donald Trump bullies major countries and tries to solve economic and diplomatic problems forcefully.
[T]he confrontation between the U.S. and China has slowly spread to all levels of society, spiraling into a toxic situation.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must articulate his take on how Japan-U.S. trade talks went during his May summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, so the public can learn, in Abe's own words, what to expect.
Addressing a recent gathering of business leaders, Abe noted that since trade talks with the United States involve [Read more]