President Yoon Suk-yeol is congenial towards Japan. However, other leading figures in South Korea are being courted by China, creating a dilemma for PM Kishida.
Kishida should make his plan clear to the public: Part-time employees can exceed work hours and still be exempt from paying social insurance premiums.
Albanian PM Edi Rama put Ukraine in perspective at the UN, telling the Russian foreign minister "You stop the war and President Zelenskyy won't take the...
Nearly unchanged approval ratings after the Cabinet reshuffle leave PM Kishida searching for the optimal timing for dissolution and lower house elections.
Prime Minister Kishida announces funding for a new "Japan Chair for Nuclear Disarmament" and calls for more international cooperation on global problems.
Japan can help its fishing industry become a powerhouse again by boosting domestic consumption and developing new sales channels overseas other than China.
Amid the increasing threat of despotic regimes, the new Kishida Cabinet must prioritize constitutional reform to establish defense as a core state function.
The foreign and defense ministers in the new Kishida cabinet bring impressive, unexpected strengths to their jobs, marking them as two key members to watch.
In a significant reshuffle of the Kishida Cabinet, the Prime Minister appoints 11 new ministers including five women out of a total of 19 posts.
The UK Ambassador to Japan confirmed plans to send a carrier strike group to the Indo-Pacific in 2025, with drills expected to take place in Japan's...
India — which may be about to change its name to Bharat — is friendly to Japan. But can it be a trusted partner given its...
The head of the UN warned the ASEAN nations in Jakarta about mounting crises while Mr Kishida offered regional partners help with infrastructure and security.