Despite often tense relations, legislative exchanges have occured between the two for decades. Deepening that aspect of the relationship could be constructive.
America has pushed its allies to refrain from developing nuclear weapons. Counterintuitively, that's making nuclear deterrence less reliable.
Relations on land are tough. But cooperating against piracy far away is one way to move forward.
Tales from World War II are tearing East Asia apart.
Keeping America credible and friends in line in the Far East.
Korean politicians find open relations with Japan very risky, but there are still ways to improve this necessary relationship.
If South Korea and Japan develop nuclear weapons, that doesn't mean we should abandon our alliances with them.
Failing to play a dominant role in the Far East wouldn't just be foolish. It would change who we are.
Politicians may be opening a Pandora's Box during an already risky regional power transition.
America must push its allies closer together and break down the old "hub and spokes" system.
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