At the Japan-China Summit, Xi Jinping refused to rule out using military force against Taiwan, and showed he still had ambitions for the Senkakus.
On the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit, the Japan, South Korea, US leaders declare they are "more aligned than ever" in responding to North Korea's provocations.
The government and the private sector are investing in a new semiconductor company to regain Japan's lead in the global market.
While other countries reassess their relationship with Beijing, Chancellor Olaf Scholz becomes a tool with which Xi Jinping tries to chip away at G7 unity.
Crowd control should have been undertaken. People in the narrow alley could not move as much as two hours before the tragedy in Itaewon.
At COP27, Japan cannot agree to any further reduction in gas emissions. Rational responses must come from all countries, including China and Russia.
Diplomacy has not stopped North Korea from firing off missiles. Japan must have what it takes to punish it as an aggressor nation.
Weaponizing famine, the Kremlin blockading Ukraine's grain shipments to Africa and the Middle East in a food crisis is an inhumane violation of human rights.
These so-called eco-terrorists have a perverted sense of justice. Destroying artworks or otherwise, they cannot be committing crimes to advance their beliefs.
Why the extraneous spending in the administration's new fiscal package? It should focus on structural reform for the recovery of Japan's economy.
US President Biden's eyes "reducing the role of nuclear weapons in US Strategy" despite nuclear threats from China and Russia.
"When I think about the tragedy of the Battle of Okinawa and the gratitude for the peace we enjoy today, I am again reminded of the...