After COP27, letting China avoid paying for releasing the highest volume of pollutants globally would be the height of dishonesty.
The Belt and Road Initiative had been the centerpiece of Xi Jinping's reign. But China's vision for expansion, especially in Africa, seems to be falling apart.
A recent analysis revealed a declining US military — a timely reminder for Japan that deterring war is and always has been a costly endeavor.
In Tokyo for the 2022 US-Japan Council meetings, David Yutaka Ige spoke about how his Japanese-American heritage shaped him and his admiration for Shinzo Abe.
The country where payment by QR code is most ubiquitous is still China. However, there are concerns about its handling of personal data.
Cooperation among the four Malabar powers now only extends to the maritime realm and not to land. Human security too will need to become a focus...
His triumph at the NHK Trophy was a powerful reminder that Shoma Uno is the No. 1 men's skater on the planet, and that's why he'll...
To be held in Tokyo on December 3, WAW!2022 will tackle women's empowerment in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and other disruptions in global stability.
Yokohama is seeking public input on the dynamic redevelopment of its popular Yamashita Pier, as intense divisions over the options rile local politics.
Copyright violations —fueling a ¥95-billion illegal industry— steal the sustenance for future creation. Fast Movies crimes nip cultural development in the bud.
Events like Rally Japan allow race cars to test new technology on public roads, providing important information for developing next-generation automobiles.
Pyongyang has peddled the comfort women story to divert attention from its weapons program and state-sponsored abduction.