In our podcast, Andrii Gurenko, Ukrainian international relations expert, says the behavior of democratic countries towards Russia will be crucial.
It can halt energy imports related to the Sakhalin 1 crude oil extraction project and Sakhalin 2 natural gas development project.
China’s Zhang Jun heard how “children were killed, women were raped,” but still voted not to expel Russia from the UN Human Rights Council.
“This is a crucial moment to end [Russia’s] outrageous aggression and protect the peaceful order.” ー Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
Despite the carnage, Russia insists it “is not attacking Ukraine,” but only conducting a “special military operation.” How do you trust Moscow?
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US Ambassador Rahm Emanuel reaffirm “shared commitments to a world of peace” while condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In the Sankei Shimbun and Fuji News Network joint opinion poll in March, 62.8% were “against nuclear sharing” but believed “it should still be discussed.”
As the only nation that has suffered an atomic bomb attack and chemical terrorism, Japan must not view Ukraine as just a distant conflict.
In a historic address to the Japanese parliament, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanks Japan for being the first Asian country to stand up for Ukraine.
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Putin felt free to be aggressive in Ukraine because of the West’s failure to firmly condemn his actions in Crimea and Georgia in 2014 and 2008,...
We must be prepared for a lengthy global energy crisis. Russia’s flagrant violations of international law and human rights mean Russian products will be a continuing...