Strengthening Japanese-South Korean ties: A pivotal step for Asia-Pacific’s liberal democracies

In this opinion piece, Simone Galimberti argues that despite historical animosity, the inevitability of geography and geopolitics could drive South Korea and Japan towards stronger ties.

Their common goals, engaging constructively with China and strengthening alliances, might be achieved through innovative collaborations. If successful, it could reshape the geopolitical landscape of the Asia Pacific.