Drawing parallels between the Israel-Hamas conflict and Ireland's troubled past, the author argues that terrorism is inexcusable no matter the circumstances.
Taxpayers are frustrated at how politicians handle their money, from outdated taxes to pension uncertainties. But more importantly, they have solutions.
Hokkaido, with the rest of Japan, shares 14,000 years of deep historical roots from Jomon culture to Edo-era defenses against the foreign challengers of today.
From detailed recordkeeping to map making, the early history of Hokkaido and the Northern Territories documents the region as an integral part of Japan.
Keiko Nakamura explains that Edo period samurai risked their lives to protect Hokkaido. That history could be lost if the propaganda is not addressed.