The relationship between the US and Japan is changing, as both countries face economic uncertainty and a leadership transition. Diane and her guests talk about how relations with Japan are developing in the new Bush administration.

Guests

  • Adam Posen of the Institute for International Economics
  • Clyde Prestowitz of the Economic Strategy Institute
  • Claude Barfield resident scholar, the American Enterprise Institute

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