Japan’s Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida welcomed his South Korean counterpart, Yun Byung-se, to Tokyo on June 21. This was the first meeting between the two countries’ foreign ministers in four years.
As reported by Reuters, the fraught relations are complicating efforts to boost security cooperation between Japan and South Korea, two of the United States' main Asian allies, as the region copes with an unpredictable North Korea and an assertive China.
While South Korea says Japan has not pr...
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