Japanese prime ministers usually resign at the first whiff of scandal — but this one is breaking the mold.
Citing national security concerns, the Trump administration could slap tariffs on autos from friends and allies. They’re not thrilled.
The United States has outsourced its foreign policy to regional allies. In South Korea, it might lead to peace — in Israel, it’s more likely leading to war.
Hard-liners in Tehran and Washington are both drawing the wrong lessons from diplomacy with Pyongyang — and that could lead to war.
Abe badly wants the US back in the landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership - whatever Trump thinks.
The Japanese prime minister’s courtship of the U.S. president worked. For a while.
Trump thinks he has a strong hand. In fact, Washington is far more vulnerable than Beijing.
What better way to boost national security than to tick off all your allies?
Tokyo is ramping up international partnerships and investments to offer an alternative to Beijing’s signature foreign-policy project.
The West needs a strong, committed, engaged White House to hedge against China’s inexorable rise.
Mexico and Canada now have an alternative to trade with the United States, giving them more leverage in contentious NAFTA talks.