Abe tries to keep Japan on Trump’s radar ahead of Singapore summit

TOKYO (Reuters) – In dozens of conversations, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has counseled President Donald Trump to avoid making concessions to North Korea that could upset East Asia’s balance of power, including a military retreat from South Korea …
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