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

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.

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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.

The President's Trip to Asia: Substance and Symbols

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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