TIME magazine created controversy with a mismatched headline over Mr Kishida's interview, but the content is less biased, says US affairs expert Yoichi Shimada.
Identifying four priorities for constitutional reform, PM Fumio Kishida asks, "Can we really protect the lives and livelihoods of our citizens" without them?
Japan is a treasure trove of scientific research but needs to raise its international profile, says Japan's leading chemist Kazuhito Hashimoto.
Gihado Kadota completed the ascent of Bombs Away WI10 at Helmcken Falls in Canada. Helmcken Falls is known as the world's most difficult ice climbing area.
In the wake of the Tohoku earthquake, Richard Halberstadt chose to stay in Ishinomaki. Today, he continues to share the city's story of survival and hope.
Professor Yuichi Hosoya explains why China's goals for the Ukraine war are to isolate the US, stay friendly with Russia, and grow support in the Global...
"Xi Jinping will conclude that, if Putin can take Crimea, he can take Taiwan," warns Anders Rasmussen, based on his years of experience leading NATO.
"If Mr Kishida visits Ukraine in person, he will see the reality of the devastation" and encourage the world to provide more support, says the ambassador.
Head of the Nobel Peace Prize winning Center for Civil Liberties, Oleksandra Matviichuk charges Putin with rewarding war atrocities in an exclusive interview.
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.
Like what it is doing to Ukraine, Russia's occupation of Japan's Northern Territories is a "violation of international law and needs to be resolved," says Ukrainian...
Faced with North Korea's rapid missile development, "We will consider all defense options, including the so-called counterstrike capability," he says.