Isolation is an impossibility in a globalized world, and calls for it to turn inward will only lead to a marginalized Japan.
After a shaky stretch, Washington and Delhi have a window to pivot the partnership beyond just arms traders. These old democratic friends need a seamless, strategic partnership
After six years of efforts to avoid offending the most offensive of regimes, sadly it is not surprising that the administration worried about naming North Korea for the Sony Pictures hack.
Abe should take the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II as an opportunity to once and for all signal official Japanese acceptance of tragedy of the past.
In 2014, the US received $17 billion in Chinese investments, setting a third-straight annual record for Chinese spending in the United States.
In 2014, the United States was the largest recipient of Chinese investment for the third year in a row. A sound US-China bilateral investment treaty would support continued Chinese spending and help gradually improve Chinese corporate behavior.
The presumption that China can be enticed into a more cooperative and trusting relationship with the United States in regard to North Korea is simply wishful thinking.
The Hermit Kingdom may use its proclaimed innocence as an excuse for another round of reckless behavior.
Notwithstanding the bumpy start, the odds of Mr. Modi delivering significant economic reform in 2015 look bright.
While 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Global War on Terrorism overshadowed George W. Bush’s legacy, perhaps no president had as lasting an impact on Africa as did he.