Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks out of his official residence to meet journalists in Tokyo on May 28 after a phone call with US President Donald Trump. Photo: AP

Donald Trump will put his country first in North Korea talks, and Shinzo Abe should too

Anthony Rowley says the Kim regime’s talks with other countries have left the Japanese prime minister, who has stressed the North Korean security threat, in an awkward position and he may need to conduct a more independent foreign policy

Topic |   North Korea

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks out of his official residence to meet journalists in Tokyo on May 28 after a phone call with US President Donald Trump. Photo: AP
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