Close U.S.-Japan coordination before and after the upcoming ASEAN summit can help overcome the many pressing economic, security, and social challenges the association faces.
A diverse group of specialists from Japan and the United States discuss the role of science and technology in twenty-first century diplomacy.
Historical disputes continue to strain relations between Japan and South Korea, but their shared strategic interests and common values offer hope for reconciliation.
Seventy years after World War II, Southeast Asia stands at a crossroads amid multilateral trade negotiations, economic integration initiatives, political turmoil, and the establishment of new development institutions and regional governance frameworks.
Over the past five decades, bilateral relations between Japan and the Republic of Korea have far surpassed those of the previous sixteen centuries, yet the scars of the past continue to challenge efforts toward more fundamental reconciliation and deeper collaboration.