If China wants less American influence in the region, it must rein in the North Korean regime.
Veterans Day 2010 observances included a charity cross-country 'Gumpathon' and 'code talkers' ringing the bell on Wall Street.
The author who was not nominated for a 2010 National Book Award – Jonathan Franzen – is getting at least as much commentary as those who were.
Japan's central bank economists have tried everything to keep their economy afloat, including record levels of quantitative easing. Will America follow its example?
Using trade as a tool for market advantage or as a substitute for war has its limits. China went too far in cutting exports of rare-earth minerals to Japan. Will the US go too far in punishing China on currency manipulation?
Paul Krugman argues that WWII spending bought America out of the Great Depression. But what about the other side? What happened with military spending in Japan?
A young English boy, who was evacuated in August 1940, recalls his enduring affection for America.
While some Japanese still want an apology for the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Obama Administration called the first official US visit to the annual Hiroshima commemoration a demonstration of its commitment to nuclear disarmament.
For the first time, a top US official will attend the annual memorial service for the victims of the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Keeping alive the memories of the effects of this attack is essential to nuclear nonproliferation. Beyond that, the debate over Hiroshima lives on.