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The U.S.-Japan alliance will remain strong under President-elect Trump, though some specific details could change over time, Sasakawa USA’s Dr. Jeffrey Hornung told NHK in a news segment that aired on December 17.
Join us for Episode 1 of Asia on Air, a new Sasakawa USA podcast committed to analysis of the latest news in U.S.-Asia relations. In this episode, we hear from Daniel Bob, Director of Programs and Senior Fellow at Sasakawa USA, as he speaks on U.S.-Asia relations and the incoming Trump administration.
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Sasakawa USA Fellow Dr. Jeffrey Hornung had the opportunity to weigh in on how the incoming Donald Trump administration could steer U.S.-Japan relations when he spoke as part of a panel discussion for the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Asia Program. Click through for a full video of the program.
The first meeting between President-elect Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe focused not on the campaign rhetoric that has gained widespread attention to this point, but instead on the future of U.S.-Japan relations, Sasakawa USA experts said in media reports providing context in which to interpret the meeting.
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