Grading Obama’s Foreign Policy
By Robert Dujarric
The U.S. president has had plenty of challenges. How well has he handled them?
The Japan-South Korea Comfort Women Deal
By Brad Glosserman and Scott Snyder
Can it last?
The Comfort Women Agreement: A Win for Traditional Diplomacy
By Yukari Easton
The resolution achieved by South Korea and Japan was a good day for diplomacy.
7 Events of Geopolitical Consequence to Anticipate in Asia in Early 2016
By Ankit Panda
2016 will kick off with a bang. Here's what you need to keep an eye on early in the new year.
Japan's Tangle of Ideology and Diplomacy
By Yo-Jung Chen
Abe’s diplomatic successes are being constrained by his ideological leanings.
Korea-Japan: No End to the Backroom Brawl
By Kyu Seok Shim
If the United States truly wants Japan and South Korea to reconcile, it should discourage them from bickering on its own soil.
Are Korea and Japan Headed for a Thaw?
By John Power
The Park-Abe meeting was encouraging, but there are structural issues that still need to be addressed.
The Abe Statement: A Korean Perspective
By Sukjoon Yoon
Japan and the U.S. might prefer to keep the focus on the future, but for Korea it is not so simple.
Abe Stokes History Wars by Avoiding Apology
By Jeff Kingston
With his 70th anniversary statement, the Japanese prime minister fails the test of history.
Should the United States Be Blamed for Japan’s Historical Revisionism?
By Franz-Stefan Gady
In hindsight, exonerating Japan’s Emperor was a grave mistake.
The Abe Statement: Did Abe Apologize?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Abe's statement included the right language -- but not in the right way.
'Comfort Women' Musical Builds Asian Community
By Remi Yamazaki
Dimo HyunJun Kim, director of Comfort Women - A New Musical, on adapting social issues for entertainment.