The US State Department’s “2021 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices” recognizes the problem and its depth — a first step towards resolving it.
International partners vow to seize every opportunity in a bid to resolve the abductions issue.
A revealing look at cultural, national, and international obstacles facing Japan-Korea relations and the attempts to bring home North Korea’s Japanese abductees.
Death of the brother of Yaeko Taguchi, abducted by North Korean agents in 1978, ends the dream of a family reunion, but work to bring home...
The Prime Minister insists the Japanese abductees must be returned. His democratic credentials make him a key figure in global politics.
Yokota Takuya and Iizuka Koichiro bring new energy and deep resolve for realizing the return of the Japanese abducted by North Korea.
Pointing out two glaring false narratives by foreign countries, the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals will ask the Kishida administration to emphasize public relations for historical...
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s newly appointed advisor on human rights issues should use his strong presence in the international field to confront China’s human rights abuses.