What Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un, Dennis Rodman, and Beijing Could Have in Common

Author: Foreign Policy

Categories: In the News

Despite U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump’s recent assertions that he would use his negotiating skills to secure a deal to halt Pyongyang’s nuclear program, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is unlikely to budge on the matter, Sasakawa USA’s Daniel Bob said in a May 18 article by Molly O’Toole in Foreign Policy. “I for

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Kerry’s visit to Hiroshima shows strength of U.S.-Japan alliance

Author: Mainichi Shimbun

Categories: In the News

[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”Dr. Jeffrey Hornung, Sasakawa USA” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] Having a high-ranking representative visit the site of terrible tragedy between two former enemies in order to pay his respects demonstrates to the world how close the allies have become.   [/perfectpullquote]   U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit this week to Hiroshima’s

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Former Intelligence Chief: N. Korea Could Sell Nuclear Materials

Author: Voice of America

Categories: In the News

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may be tempted to sell its nuclear materials or technology to earn cash amid increased sanctions, Sasakawa USA CEO and Chairman Admiral Dennis Blair said in an interview with Voice of America on March 10. Click through to watch the full video interview.

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