Henry Kissinger is hailed as a foreign policy guru. But in this review, his analysis of Japan is fundamentally flawed, possibly due to his WWII experiences.
Putin should recognize that he has lost the war in Ukraine. Opting to use nuclear weapons would do nothing but tarnish his already discredited reputation.
The public backlash caused by PM Kishida's gift to the Ukraine president of a mere rice paddle is revealing of how most Japanese perceive war.
Newsham's provocative thesis spells out the dangers of America's unwillingness to confront China and offers reasons and opportunity to change course. Will it?
Sole use of Okinawa bases by the US military shows lack of integration with the SDF. That must change to defend against the threat of Chinese...
The story of the little-known prime minister in 1945 is a cautionary reminder that Japan's surrender of an unwinnable war was not a certainty.