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Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
December 26, 2017
Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
80 years after the Nanjing Massacre, historical issues continue to haunt China-Japan relations.
Japan, China, and the Strains of Historical Memory
Japan’s Pyrrhic Victory Over ‘Comfort Women’ Commemoration
November 25, 2017
Japan’s Pyrrhic Victory Over ‘Comfort Women’ Commemoration
Blocking comfort women documents from UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register could do Japan more harm than good.
Japan’s Pyrrhic Victory Over ‘Comfort Women’ Commemoration
Shinzo Abe's Visit to Pearl Harbor: What to Expect
December 06, 2016
Shinzo Abe's Visit to Pearl Harbor: What to Expect
What to watch for during the Japanese prime minister's historic trip.
Shinzo Abe's Visit to Pearl Harbor: What to Expect
Should President Obama Visit Hiroshima?
April 16, 2016
Should President Obama Visit Hiroshima?
If framed correctly, a presidential visit could advance historical reconciliation throughout Northeast Asia.
Should President Obama Visit Hiroshima?
Kerry Becomes First US Secretary to Visit Hiroshima
April 12, 2016
Kerry Becomes First US Secretary to Visit Hiroshima
Kerry's trip, made with the other G7 foreign minsters, could pave the way for a visit by Obama in May.
Kerry Becomes First US Secretary to Visit Hiroshima
Japan's Emperor Visits the Philippines: Major Takeaways
February 06, 2016
Japan's Emperor Visits the Philippines: Major Takeaways
Emperor Akihito's time in the Philippines was as much about the past as the future.
Japan's Emperor Visits the Philippines: Major Takeaways
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