J. Berkshire Miller
The View from Tokyo
Japan’s North Korean Anxieties

Amid a flurry of summitry on the Korean peninsula, Japan is concerned that its own interests might fall by the wayside.

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Asian Tremors
The Seoul-Tokyo Split

Fraught relations between Japan and South Korea could upend Washington’s best-laid plans in Asia, to China’s advantage.

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Island Impasse
Abe’s Russian Dream

Japanese Prime Minister Abe is staking political capital on an accord with Putin, who isn’t particularly interested.

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