Japan-South Korea Cooperation Amid Israel-Hamas Conflict Proves Benefits of Trilateral With US
By Evan Wright and Jessica A. Guarini
Coordination on evacuations of their citizens from the Middle East is a seemingly small but symbolically significant step for Tokyo and Seoul.
What Tweets, Retweets and Emojis Tell Us About the Japan-South Korea-US Trilateral
By Saif Shahin and Kyungsun Karen Lee
The social media posts of South Korean, Japanese, and U.S. missions reveal what lies behind their recent public display of bonhomie.
The Significance and Challenges of the Japan-US-South Korea Summit
By KAWASHIMA Shin
The summit statement’s wording is revealing.
Yoon and Kishida Are Fumbling South Korea-Japan Rapprochement
By Joel Atkinson
With Yoon and Kishida less than ideal midwives to a new relationship, there’s a real need for Washington to help move things along.
How the US Can Mediate the Japan-South Korea Dispute
By Xuan Dung Phan
The Biden administration must avoid the fundamental flaw of previous reparations arrangements: prioritizing state interests over victims’ concerns.
When Tokyo and Seoul Fight, a Complacent Washington Loses
By Katrin Fraser Katz
Bickering between Seoul and Tokyo plays directly into the hands of Pyongyang and Beijing.
The Limits of the Japan-South Korea Military Relationship
By Peter Murphy
Could Japan lose South Korea to China?
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.
Abe's US Visit Puts Pressure on South Korea
By John Lee
Shinzo Abe’s successful U.S. visit means increased pressure on Park Geun-hye to repair relations with Japan.
Korea and the New Regional Paradigm
By Clint Work
South Korea is at center stage of an emerging new paradigm in Northeast Asia.
How to Fix the Japan-South Korea Relationship
By Van Jackson
Washington needs to reorient how it thinks about ties between its two key allies.
US Tries to Get Japan, South Korea to Put the Past Behind Them
By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. hosts trilateral talks in an attempt to further cooperation between its two allies.