Last week, Tokyo decided to downgrade its trade relationship with Seoul following weeks of protests, boycotts, and sparing. While bad blood between the two US allies goes back decades, its reemergence today raises new questions about stability and security in the region—and all while US relations with China and North Korea worsen. Alexis Dudden of the University of Connecticut and the Council’s Karl Friedhoff join Deep Dish to discuss.
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Council President Ivo H. Daalder hit the road with Tom Bevan, executive editor of RealClearPolitics, for the video series Changing Lanes.