Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin presented themselves as powerful comrades when they met at a spaceport in Siberia, but the meeting revealed their weakness.
The amount of spent fuel generated at nuclear power plants continues to increase, but the completion of a reprocessing plant is far behind schedule.
With significant disagreements between G7 nations and the China-Russia camp, the G20 is struggling to show a united front in addressing critical energy issues.
Decarbonization technologies are important, but the anti-ESG movement offers a chance to rectify unrealistic investment decisions and simplistic thinking.
Noting the severe security environment, the draft framework policy provides a roadmap to address issues from defense and diplomacy to Japan's social safety net.
Poor guidance and draconian sanctions can lower morale at nuclear power plants. This, in turn, can have a negative impact on performance.
As the G7 Hiroshima Summit came to a close, a key country in the focus of G7 leaders was China, including its economic opportunism and aggression.
Japan's energy plan contributes to securing a stable power supply for developing countries that have no choice but to rely on coal-fired power.
Innovative companies tackling sustainable water, upcycling, and other sustainability challenges featured their latest products at the City-Tech.Tokyo event.
Junichiro Koizumi believes PM Kishida is wrong to promote nuclear power in disaster-prone Japan. He argues for the "safer" option: coal-fired power generation.
Robust Japan-Australia ties in a wide range of areas, including military affairs, will play a significant role in securing regional peace and stability.
China looms larger than ever before in a wide range of regional security topics that prime ministers Kishida and Albanese will discuss.