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The alliance’s leaders push for more muscular deterrence after summit in Madrid.
Global anti-abortion activists have waved off criticism by pointing to their support for LGBTQ rights. But U.S. conservatives may be too extreme for that tactic.
Prodded by Washington, Seoul and Tokyo are taking steps to overcome deep historical tensions.
Marcos has pledged a warmer relationship with the United States, but at home, his policies may not stray too far from his predecessor.
South Korea’s Conservatives Aren’t Any Tougher on China or North Korea Than Liberals
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S. Nathan Park is a Washington-based attorney and nonresident fellow of the Sejong Institute.