Peace in its neighborhood would be welcomed, but Tokyo sees little hope
Debate centers on whether PUST serves helpful role even if grads are recruited to hack
Experts on Tokyo’s relations divided over which is more intimidating
Scholars, observers think Trustpolitik has potential; ‘strategic patience’ not so much
China, U.S. more likely to be odds in times of peace, Chinese North Korea watchers say
Acknowledging Pyongyang’s determination to keep its weapons, experts suggest patient approach
U.S. hesitates to obstruct visits, even to nations with adversarial relations, in recent decades
Abductions resolution required for Japan-N.Korea normalization, panel of experts suggest
Tokyo can bring Pyongyang to the negotiating table and keep abductees from being forgotten
Russian scholars say U.S. failure to deal with Pyongyang results in more nukes
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