Japan can help its fishing industry become a powerhouse again by boosting domestic consumption and developing new sales channels overseas other than China.
Amid the increasing threat of despotic regimes, the new Kishida Cabinet must prioritize constitutional reform to establish defense as a core state function.
How about penalizing Chinese and Russian entities still engaging in trade with North Korea? Or preventing Pyongyang from stealing assets through cyberattacks?
Flight recorder data from the doomed helicopter, along with information from similar incidents, is helpful when assessing what could have caused the crash.
There is nothing wrong with Japan becoming a military power if by that term we mean a "true defensive power that won't tolerate aggression by other...
Despite the growing nuclear threat and waning US influence, Japan stays committed to its three non-nuclear principles while South Korea's stance is proactive.
Retired US Marine Colonel Grant Newsham takes on key questions about Japan's national defense: How far has it come, what needs improving, and why?
Japan must think ahead as the possibility of a Taiwan contingency looms. How will Japanese citizens be evacuated, and how will the two armed forces communicate?
Tokyo must clarify whether the rules for shooting down spy balloons also apply to manned aircraft, which have the potential to inflict more devastating damage.
The agreements included aid to the Philippines, facilitating military training exchanges, and enhancing trilateral security cooperation with the United States.
Unless Japan stands by the security documents, which could involve the use of civilian airports and seaports, the US might lose confidence in Japan as an...
In the new book "Can You Win Against China?" (Kimi Tachi, Chugoku Ni Katerunoka), four key national security figures sound an alarm about the China threat.