China will inevitably become the largest economy in the world, according to Andrew Nathan, chair of Columbia University's department of Political Science.
WIDE ANGLE speaks with Richard J. Samuels, the founding director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Japan Program, about the relationship between the U.S. and Japan.
The first students returned to school in Wenchuan, China, the epicenter of last month’s devastating earthquake, which killed nearly 70,000 people.
Japan lifted its 1969 ban on the military use of space on Wednesday, which is considered one of several indicators of Japan's shift away from post-war pacifism.
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