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The 'Final and Irreversible' 2015 Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal Unravels
January 09, 2017
The 'Final and Irreversible' 2015 Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal Unravels
Despite a 2015 deal, the "comfort women" dispute between Japan and South Korea continues to have salience for bilateral ties.
The 'Final and Irreversible' 2015 Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal Unravels
All Over India, a Major Debate on Pakistan As Kashmir Heats up Again
October 03, 2016
All Over India, a Major Debate on Pakistan As Kashmir Heats up Again
Indian public opinion suggests tensions are steadily rising in South Asia.
All Over India, a Major Debate on Pakistan As Kashmir Heats up Again
How Do the United States and Japan See Each Other?
April 08, 2015
How Do the United States and Japan See Each Other?
A new study sheds light on public attitudes in the United States and Japan.
How Do the United States and Japan See Each Other?
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
October 11, 2014
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
A new Pew Research poll found that capitalism’s biggest supporters are all in Asia.
Capitalism’s Biggest Fan Is Asian... And Communist
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
September 12, 2014
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
Shinzo Abe’s position on the Senkaku Islands dispute is wrongheaded, and the Japanese people know it.
Japan’s Undemocratic Foreign Policy
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
September 11, 2014
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
A majority of Chinese believe their country will go to war with Japan in the future.
Most Chinese Expect War With Japan
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
Japan’s Popularity Continues to Plummet
June 06, 2014
Japan’s Popularity Continues to Plummet
A new poll finds Japan increasingly unpopular, but not as unpopular as nuclear-armed nations.
Japan’s Popularity Continues to Plummet
South Koreans View North Korea as Cooperative Partner
May 30, 2014
South Koreans View North Korea as Cooperative Partner
A new government sponsored survey found that nearly 60 percent of South Koreans view Pyongyang as a cooperative partner.
South Koreans View North Korea as Cooperative Partner
Americans Support the TPP, Trade With Japan
April 29, 2014
Americans Support the TPP, Trade With Japan
According to a new poll, the majority of Americans support joining the TPP, and even more want more trade with Japan.
Americans Support the TPP, Trade With Japan
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
April 12, 2014
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
Obama’s approval ratings in Asia rose 8 percent last year, even as they declined among those most concerned about China.
Obama’s Approval Rating Rises in Asia
Asia Leads World in Religious Diversity
April 09, 2014
Asia Leads World in Religious Diversity
According to a new Pew poll, the Asia-Pacific has the highest level of religious diversity in the world.
Asia Leads World in Religious Diversity
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
April 03, 2014
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
A new poll finds Chinese citizens don't feel they are being monitored or censored by the government.
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
The Atheists of Beijing
March 14, 2014
The Atheists of Beijing
Less people in China believe that faith in God is necessary to be a moral person than any other country.
The Atheists of Beijing
In America, China is Public Enemy #1
February 27, 2014
In America, China is Public Enemy #1
A new poll finds more Americans see China as their greatest enemy than any other country in the world.
In America, China is Public Enemy #1
Why Are Americans Suddenly Pessimistic About the Future of US Power?
December 05, 2013
Why Are Americans Suddenly Pessimistic About the Future of US Power?
Pew Research findings show that isolationism reaches new highs as perceptions of US power reach new lows.
Why Are Americans Suddenly Pessimistic About the Future of US Power?
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