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Asia news and analysis from The Nation
February 14, 2018
Mike Pence and Japanese Leader Shinzo Abe Rain on South Korea’s Olympics Parade
But the pressure could backfire, a former Japanese prime minister tells
February 14, 2018
The Legacy of Asma Jahangir
A Pakistani activist and human-rights lawyer, she left a mark on the global fight against inequality.
February 8, 2018
No More Tuna for Japan’s Sushi?
Japan is the world’s biggest consumer of tuna. Fishermen on the island of Iki are challenging official policy so as to stop the decline of Pacific bluefin tuna stocks.
February 6, 2018
Pentagon Readies the ‘Father of All Bombs’ for Use Against North Korea
Is the Trump administration inching closer to war?
Michael T. Klare
February 1, 2018
The Winter Olympics Offers a Glimpse of Peace for Korea
But will it last—and can it rein in Trump’s dangerous saber rattling?
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January 31, 2018
A Conversation With Richard Falk, Part 2
On Israel, Palestine, and his work as a UN special rapporteur.
January 25, 2018
Why There’s So Little Suspense Ahead of Russia’s March Presidential Elections
It’s widely assumed Putin will win. The real question is what will happen in six years, and whether the authoritarian system first established by Boris Yeltsin will persist.
January 24, 2018
The American Bipartisan Policy Establishment Declares Its ‘Second Cold War’ vs. Russia After Years of Denying It
The most influential US foreign-policy membership society has issued a report affirming the new Cold War and its eagerness to fight it.
Stephen F. Cohen
January 23, 2018
Congressman Ro Khanna Pushes for Diplomacy With North Korea
The California Democrat and over 30 of his House colleagues have called on Trump to get serious about diplomacy with Pyongyang.
January 18, 2018
How Not to Defuse the Korea Crisis
Trump’s red line on Korea can mean only one thing: war.