PM Kishida hopes to advance cooperation with ASEAN nations Malaysia and the Philippines to counter China's aggressive push for control of the South China Sea.
The Fumio Kishida administration faces a mountain of issues affecting Japan, which it has so far handled irresponsibly and insincerely.
Bringing the 2023 G7 Hiroshima Summit to a close, PM Kishida called on all those assembled in his hometown to "believe in humanity and demand peace."
TIME magazine created controversy with a mismatched headline over Mr Kishida's interview, but the content is less biased, says US affairs expert Yoichi Shimada.
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida marked one year since the start of the war in Ukraine by pledging the country's commitment to protecting the rule of...
Fumio Kishida finished his tour of G7 countries with a colorful climax at the headquarters of the space mission, despite President Biden's domestic problems.
PM Fumio Kishida embarked on a world tour to meet with five heads of state in just eight days. What does he hope to achieve, and...
The significance of Japan-China talks lies in the candid exchange of opinions, even though it may be painful for the Chinese leaders to hear.
PM Fumio Kishida came down with flu-like symptoms on the evening of August 20, just as he was about to finish his summer holiday.
Meet the members of the new Kishida Cabinet, including veterans and first timers, and discover some of the key points behind the reshuffle.
While not disclosing very much new information, Kishida expressed his sincere wishes for Abe’s recovery and called the incident “despicable.”
Japan’s Prime Minister used crisis meetings with the US and its allies to decry the threat of use of weapons of mass destruction.