As Kishida hailed the next 50 years of Japan-ASEAN relations, Foreign Minister Kamikawa highlighted women's role in conflict prevention at the Tokyo summit.
Prime Minister Kishida of Japan is celebrating the 50th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan cooperation and friendship, reflecting on our history and future together.
The Xi Jinping dictatorship has become absolute. What does that mean to Japan, and how will it affect Tokyo's economic and security policy choices?
Japan spent over $24 billion USD in foreign aid to China to foster relations and spread democracy. Instead, the massive aid helped create a monster.
Tokyo hopes that, through direct talks with Beijing, it can encourage restraint on the Taiwan situation and China's provocative behavior around the Senkakus.
Amicable relations with a stable Beijing has proved a fantasy. In fact, Tokyo needs to conduct a wholesale reframing of our relations with that country.
The UN has recognized China’s oppression of its Uyghur minority. The international community needs to apply pressure on the Chinese government to stop.
Gone from the latest version of the white paper is China’s promise not to send military forces and administrators to the island after unification.
Where is Prime Minister Kishida’s sense of urgency? All celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the normalization of ties with Beijing should be canceled.
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