Newsham's provocative thesis spells out the dangers of America's unwillingness to confront China and offers reasons and opportunity to change course. Will it?
We still encounter individuals daily who are elderly, have health concerns, or live with family members who are at high risk of serious illness.
We have seen COVID-19 gradually weaken in Japan over time. It is now time to move into a new and healthy future, without the pandemic-fueled burden...
Code Chrysalis co-CEO Yan Fan is leading by example, pulling women into the world of technology and empowering them to make a difference in society.
With his term extended for an historic additional five years, Xi Jinping may be feeling invincible and strong. But he must know that nothing is permanent.
Japan and India take on G7 and G20 leadership roles in 2023, but they have different post-pandemic priorities that could affect how they tackle the challenges.
Here are the key features of Japan's agenda for 2023 as they were delivered by Prime Minister Kishida in his speech before the Diet on January...
Reclassifying COVID-19 as seasonal flu, the Japanese government should clarify how it would respond in the event of risk of increased infections and deaths.
The JAPAN Forward team welcomes the New Year with a renewed sense of purpose. Here are some milestones we achieved in 2022 and our vision going...
After a 2-year hiatus due to COVID-19, Emperor Naruhito and the Imperial Family resumed the annual tradition of New Year greetings with the general public.
There is a shocking contrast between the COVID-19 case numbers and deaths announced by Beijing compared to local regions in China.
Asian Americans are concerned about a resurgence of the discrimination suffered by 120,000 Japanese Americans living on the West Coast after December 7, 1942.