Ambassador Mondale, who will soon return to the U.S. from his post, spoke to the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan for the second… read more
Ambassador Mondale, who will soon return to the U.S. from his post, spoke to the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan for the second time. He spoke about the Clinton administration efforts to improve U.S.-Japan relations in economics, regional security and politics. After his remarks, he took questions from the audience. close
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