Meet Linda Anderson, whose father was a POW during WWII in both China and Japan. Today, she wants a leader, she says, who not only knows politics but business as well.
Obama and Abe together laid a wreath during a symbolic visit to Pearl Harbor. The Japanese leader offered condolences while Obama warned against "the urge to demonize" others.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will honor the "souls of those who died in the war" with US President Barack Obama in Pearl Harbor. However, he would offer no apology for the WWII attack, Abe's office said.
Japan's conservative government has tried to contain China's hegemonic ambitions by building alliances with the US. This plan may have to change after President-elect Donald Trump takes office, says Martin Fritz.
Global economic woes and China's claims to the South China Sea have set the tone at the G7 summit in Japan. Overshadowing the annual event is a planned visit to Hiroshima by US President Barack Obama.
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