An estimated 20,000 Koreans lived in Hiroshima and were victims of the A-bombing. This is the story of the cenotaph erected for them inside Peace Memorial...
After visiting the A-Bomb Dome, G7 members quickly took a stance on global security in the G7 Hiroshima Vision. We unpack some of its key points...
Terrible memories of the atomic bombing endure yet predictions are that Japan's national strategy of vigorous diplomacy will show the way to reconciliation.
The premise of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has collapsed. Threatened by North Korea and others, Japan needs a new approach to nuclear deterrence.
Over seventy-five years later, the concept and realities of nuclear warfare are still as unfathomable and horrifying as ever but deserve our attention nonetheless. For this...
The origin of inspiration for the world-renowned clothing designer’s fashion was in the hypocenter of the atomic bombing of his hometown of Hiroshima.
PRC live fire exercise near Taiwan evoked chilling images of war (and the PLA in action) just as Japan was remembering the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
The Ukraine crisis has made it clear that the the threat of nuclear war again looms over the world. Japan should lead pragmatic discussions on deterrence.
The war crimes tribunal provided nothing “other than the opportunity for the victors to retaliate,” said Justice Radhabinod Pal, the jurist from India.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US Ambassador Rahm Emanuel reaffirm “shared commitments to a world of peace” while condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Japan's is in peril security-wise. Russia, North Korea, and China are nuclear powers all shamelessly violating international law.
As the only nation that has suffered an atomic bomb attack and chemical terrorism, Japan must not view Ukraine as just a distant conflict.