For Better Bilateral Ties, Try Better Trilateral Ties

January 14, 2015

In a recent commentary piece for the Mansfield Foundation, Adjunct Fellow and Network for the Future Cohort II Scholar Weston Konishi suggests that “trilateral strategic cooperation can serve to counterbalance the more contentious aspects of Japan-South Korea relations…and may in the future form the basis of a new security architecture in Northeast Asia.” Mr. Konishi examines survey questions related to a potential U.S. role inimproving Japan-South Korea relations from Asahi Shimbun and other polls included in the Mansfield Foundation’s Asian Opinion Poll Database (AOPD).

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