Nicholas Szechenyi

Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Nicholas Szechenyi is Deputy Director and fellow of the Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC.

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This is the 75th anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, which brought the US into World War II.

A Japanese prime minister to Visit Pearl Harbor for first time

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The death toll from today's massive  8.9 earthquake  and subsequent tsunami in Japan has already reached into the hundreds and is expected to rise.

The Big One Hits Japan

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President Obama has left for a week in Asia as American influence has been on the decline, while China's influence is increasing.

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