Dr Kevin Doak argues that while Japan surpasses the US in social stability, its nationalism remains unstable without guidance from an indigenous constitution.
A Hong Kong activist remembers the Tiananmen crackdown, explaining why he is moved by a sense of urgency to protect civic freedoms before it's too late.
Japan's first constitution tells us to "Cherish harmony above all else," and today it is remarkable women who are leaving their indelible mark on our world.
The leaders of Iran in Tehran should also realize that their support of Russia will bring them nothing but disaster in the days to come.
Predictions on when, and how bad the trouble is the harder part. But what happens in the next few years will determine what historians write about...
Dr Arya of Tibet praises the unprecedented solidarity of the Tokyo human rights march. After all, "together" is the only way to win the fight for...
"Using the foundation you laid, I will do my utmost to build a Japan, region, and world that is sustainable and inclusive, where everyone shines." ーPM...
Foreign Minister Rau on the importance of supporting Ukraine and the principle of freedom and equality of nations which deserves respect by all nations.
The “one country, two systems” spirit has died. The highly-choreographed ceremony marking the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover to China was a farce.
The theatrical play 35th May, about Beijing’s violent 1989 crackdown on protesters, should inspire societies to fight for their freedoms and to preserve them.
Beijing has held complete control of the Election Committee since the HK National Security Law came into effect in 2020, stamping out all dissenting voices.
China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson threatened that “Lithuania would be swept into the trash bin of history” just for recognizing Taiwan’s office.