Professor Yuichi Hosoya discusses how the landmark agreement at the recent Camp David trilateral completes Shinzo Abe's vision for a Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
As we mark August 15 in this world in turmoil and flux, how long must we keep thinking in terms of the number of years since...
Having received massive ODA from Japan, China turned its growth story into a coercive economic arm-twisting policy instead of fostering stability in Asia.
The historic agreement aims to reduce dependence on China for rare earth minerals while helping Africa also benefit as international supply chains diversify.
Dr Kevin Doak argues that while Japan surpasses the US in social stability, its nationalism remains unstable without guidance from an indigenous constitution.
Effective communication in English is an essential skill for success in international relations and business, explains the author who shares his own experience.
The Taro Aso visit reaffirms the importance Japan places on bilateral relations with Taiwan along with the message, "A Taiwan crisis is a crisis for Japan."
"Embrace your Japanese nationality with pride. Each and every one of you young individuals can be a bridge between Japan and Taiwan" — Akie Abe in...
"We have to show China a fighting posture," says General Kunio Orita. "Even from a budgetary standpoint, it's much cheaper to prevent a war by being...
Kishida vowed to continue Abe's legacy by addressing issues such as the North Korean abductions, constitutional revision, and imperial succession.
Shinzo Abe led Japan and became a force to be reckoned with among world leaders for his sense of crisis and strategic vision to address it.
Shinzo Abe provided Japan with strong leadership for a record length of 8 years and 8 months, leaving behind the foundation for regional peace and security.