The U.S. comes out a clear winner in the latest results of an annual survey by the Japanese Cabinet Office of its citizens’ feelings toward other countries. A record high 82% of the Japanese public has a positive/friendly feelings towards the United States. Contrast this with 26% for China and just 13% for Russia. But if any of the current crop of GOP presidential candidates gets into the White House for more than a tour many American expats living in Asia think the days of improving the U.S. image would be over. American Security blog’s Professor Kelly gives this take on how the GOP debates on foreign policy look from his vantage point in Pusan.