Despite outwardly promoting atheism, there are reasons to think Xi Jinping is superstitious and that his belief in ancient prophecies may be behind the purges.
The UK Ambassador to Japan confirmed plans to send a carrier strike group to the Indo-Pacific in 2025, with drills expected to take place in Japan's...
Protecting peace across the Taiwan Strait is consistent with the interests of all nations, and "the UN remains the best platform for dialogue," says Joseph Wu.
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.
Risks of pharmaceutical supply chain disruptions from another pandemic or a Taiwan contingency are a growing concern, according to Minister Katsunobu Kato.
Given the vital role of semiconductor technology and the escalating geopolitical tensions involving Taiwan, local production has never been more critical.
We cannot disregard the reality that some who are in Japan illegally threaten public safety. The immigration rules must assess each individual's circumstances.
The governor's proposed Okinawa diplomacy office sends to foreign governments signals that conflict with national policies and damage the national interest.
The importance of Okinawa is about deterrence. Demonstrate you're a serious military with lots of partners and an enemy is less likely to try his luck...
As Russia’s aggression persists in Ukraine, the world must consider with all seriousness the call by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for strong solidarity.
A diplomatic protest is a tepid response to Chinese Ambassador Wu Jianghao saying that supporting Taiwan would lead the Japanese people into the "pit of fire."
In an interview, Dr Toshi Yoshihara, an expert in deciphering the strategy of China's PLA, reviews the options, risks and deterrence China is likely to face.