After years of challenges, here are some suggestions for the Camp David Summit to lock in across-the-board benefits of better Japan-US-South Korean cooperation.
Bilateral relations are better, but the comfort women issue remains divisive within and between Japan and South Korea. Allowing open debate is the way forward.
Irritated by South Korea's growing ties with the US and Japan, China aims to create discord by exploiting opposition to the release of Fukushima treated water.
Organizers say the Australian Talisman Sabre military drills help Japan, South Korea and the US with "current and potential future global security challenges."
The number of inbound tourists is rebounding to pre-pandemic levels, signaling a promising recovery for Japan's tourism industry.
South Korea and Japan are working together on North Korea with the US, and that's progress. But incentives are needed to keep old issues from interfering.
Praising the IAEA report, the South Korean activists asked for information sharing as the discharge begins and that Seoul's experts be allowed to monitor it.
Japan must channel this international momentum. North Korea will not budge unless Japan makes a concerted effort to resolve the abductions problem.
Kim Jong Un’s North Korea should learn from the former Soviet Union, once obsessed over military power but collapsed following the defection of its people.
What is really behind the frenzy stirred up by South Korean opposition politicians, comfort women groups and media who are loudly protesting the Fukushima plan?
Japan's plan for releasing treated water from Fukushima Daiichi meets international safety standards. China can't say the same about its own tritium releases.
Prime Minister Kishida also hailed a "new era" in relations with South Korea when he met President Yoon at the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.