“We should ask, ‘Do Japan’s people understand the suffering they inflicted on other peoples? Do their leaders show a commitment to remembering it, and are the people educated about it?’ ” says Associate Professor of Government Jennifer Lind in a USA Today story about Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plans to issue a “forward-looking” statement on Aug. 15, the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender, which ended World War II.
U.S. Does Not Have to Choose Between Ukraine and Taiwan
Government professors Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth write an opinion piece asserting that the U.S. does not have to choose between promoting stability in Asia and in Europe, in part because of America’s many allies with large, productive economies.