This book by Japanese historian Ryuji Hattori is all the more interesting due to his deep knowledge of the key players and essential declassified documents.
A comprehensive must-read for a deep and accurate understanding of Japanese foreign relations, written by distinguished historian Sumio Hatano.
Young craft breweries are revitalizing rural communities in locations of unparalleled beauty, creating new destinations for locals and visitors alike.
The islands in question have yet to be returned. Similar areas around Japan still exist, and Russian aerial incursions into Japanese airspace still occur.
Today there are 6015 participants in 1085 communities across the country bringing new blood, new ideas, and new energy to the communities they live and work...
This book is not only about war, the US military, and the Chaplain Corps. Religion, faith, and humanity are themes deeply running through the pages.
Skillfully translated by Graham B Leonard, the author takes an historical journey into the regional vision of postwar Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira.
Abe understood that the fate of many countries depends upon the security of Taiwan, and why a Taiwan contingency is also the world’s contingency.
Whatever comes up next, with the PRC it won’t stop at Taiwan. Will Japan and the United States show their resolve by standing up to China?
South Korea likes to blame Japan for many of the bilateral problems that face the two countries, but first it needs to acknowledge its own harmful...
Military readiness depends on how American military leaders treat their local base employees and Japanese partners, and it needs fixing now.
Japan’s new foreign minister, Yoshimasa Hayashi, is a compromised man, distrusted by many in public and his party for his family’s “friendship” with China.