Fumio Kishida finished his tour of G7 countries with a colorful climax at the headquarters of the space mission, despite President Biden's domestic problems.
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...
Establishing a trilateral economic security dialogue on supply chains in the Japan-US-South Korea summit talks impacts semiconductors, a priority of China.
Japan and its partners can only meet the accelerating significant challenges to a rules-based order posed by North Korea and China by strengthening deterrence.
A 4th generation Nikkei has inherited his ancestors’ Japanese spirit and found a way to reconcile his life as a bridge between two countries.
Longer range, counterstrike ability and secure supply chain are features of the to-be-upgraded missile systems Japan has chosen to meet its defense needs.
While the NPT review conference collapses, Japan is being directly threatened by the nuclear weapons of China, Russia, and North Korea.
This is the first time in history that the US has embraced a Japanese strategy as its own. India, Australia, and even Europe have endorsed it.
In their inaugural Economic 2+2 meeting, ministers called for fair and transparent development financing for third countries, export controls, and supply chain solutions.
Abe had a strategic vision for Japan, recognizing that it could no longer sit quietly, writing the occasional check, while events unfolded around it.
Recent back-to-back engagements with NATO show Japan’s growing strategic alignment with the EU, while Kishida’s eye on the US-Japan alliance is strong.
Japan and the US should agree to increase economic and military pressure on Pyongyang to promote comprehensive solutions to outstanding issues.