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.
The Prime Minister addressed security matters and indicated that Japan was going to play its part in ensuring a “free and open Indo-Pacific.”
Evolving threats, such as hypersonic missiles that are difficult to detect, are prompting Japan to consider using UAVs for first alert in its national defense.
A fight to defend Taiwan will be far more deadly than Ukraine. So what if Japan takes the lead by ending its own strategic ambiguity first?
The joint training taking place in Camp Fuji sends out the message that the US and Japan are doing what’s necessary to fight against aggressors in...
Some may say it’s unthinkable that the United States would not fight to defend the Senkakus. Perhaps it would have been impossible until now.
“The war will end when Putin is out. We cannot remove Putin. It must be by the will of the Russian people, and…they are brainwashed with...
Japan’s acceptance of U.S. missiles against China would realistically pave the way for U.S.-China disarmament talks.
Japan urgently needs to plan for “gray zone” situations, where there’s no armed attack against Japan but Taiwan’s crisis spills over.