The Russian Federation's faltering invasion of Ukraine is revealing deep political rifts at home and concerns about what's to come.
The international community should respond to Russia's annexations and accompanying threats by rejecting this travesty in its entirety.
International investigators must next turn their attention to the growing evidence of massacres in Izyum, as well as in Bucha and in other areas in Ukraine.
Pledging to decarbonize and reduce energy imports from Russia, signs point to Japan’s biggest change in nuclear policy since the Great East Japan Earthquake.
IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi has expressed strong concern about the risk of a nuclear disaster as Russian troops use the plant as an attack...
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a wake-up call about the fragility of Japan’s energy security and the need for next-generation nuclear power development.
“There can be no way to protect our country just by advocating non-nuclearism,” declared the granddaughter of a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb.
"Without overcoming this energy crisis, there will be no green transformation by 2030 or 2050.” ー Prime Minister Fumio Kishida
The newly proposed action plan should make progress, but by itself it will not protect Japan from the very real nuclear threats it faces today.
An exclusive interview with The Sankei Shimbun before the Japanese prime minister heads for the United Nations’ nuclear disarmament conference.
Moscow obviously wants to throw Tokyo off balance for having joined the West in supporting Ukraine. We must not play into its strategy.
The plaintiffs’ risk of receiving fatal injury by radiation is close to zero, far lower than socially weak people’s mortality risk from electricity price hikes.