• The Associated Press


U.S. President Barack Obama’s first big speech on Asia, delivered Saturday morning in Tokyo, had a little something for just about everyone. He was tough on North Korea and Myanmar, but offered a way back to the fold.

He was big on Japan and on China, whose rise, he said, should be welcomed, not feared.

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