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Opinion: What investors ought to do after Trump fails to criticize Abe's policies - MarketWatch

(Corrects story originally published Feb. 13, 2017, to say that Japan, China and South Korea have trade surpluses, not deficits, with the U.S.). Donald Trump has accused countries including China and Japan of manipulating their currencies and running ...and more »

Has Abe got Trump's measure? Golf diplomacy puts Japan back on the green - The Conversation AU

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Did Abe Convince Trump Japan Wasn't a Currency Manipulator? - The Diplomat

On Wednesday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, reflecting on his state visit to the United States, remarked that U.S. President Donald J. Trump and he saw eye-to-eye on Japan's monetary moves. “I think Trump shared the view that our monetary policy ...and more »

Markets hit new highs over Trump's change of tone on Japan and China - The Guardian

Prime minister of Japan Shinzo Abe and US president Donald Trump shake hands after a press conference in the White House. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images. Signs of a “more emollient tone” from Donald Trump towards Japan and China, along ...and more »

Trump and Japan - Foreign Affairs

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe got even more out of his February 19–20 summit with U.S. President Donald Trump than he had expected. The question is how long their apparent goodwill can last, especially given the anti-Japan mood of much of Trump's ...and more »

Trump and Abe hit the fairways — largely out of public view — at a Trump golf club in Florida - Washington Post

JUPITER, Fla. — President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe largely disappeared from public view for more than three hours here Saturday at one of Trump's signature golf courses for what was billed as some fairways diplomacy. Trump, wearing ...and more »

In Welcoming Shinzo Abe, Trump Affirms US Commitment to Defending Japan - New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump pledged close security and economic cooperation with Japan on Friday, opening an elaborate multiday work-and-play visit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that is intended to showcase a warm rapport with a central player in ...and more »

Japan, Where Populism Fails - New York Times

TOKYO — Call them populist or anti-establishment. Some, like Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen or Narendra Modi, are from the right. Others — Bernie Sanders, Alexis Tsipras, Jeremy Corbyn, Pablo Iglesias — are from the left. But in established democracies ...and more »

Trump and Japan's Abe tee off at Florida golf course - CBS News

Last Updated Feb 11, 2017 8:33 PM EST. JUPITER, Florida -- President Donald Trump has long boasted about his prowess on the golf course. Now he's putting his game to work. The president spent his Saturday morning golfing with Japanese Prime Minister ...and more »

Did Trump and Abe just launch a new chapter in US-Japan relations? - Washington Post

President Trump got off to a rocky foreign policy start in his first three weeks in office. Has he found a new friend in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who met with Trump in Washington on Friday and then traveled with the president to Florida to ...and more »