The US leader praised Yoon Suk-yeol for his rendition of the song, "American Pie" and also for his bold steps toward improving relations with Japan.
The memoir documents the political life of Shinzo Abe, the most consequential Japanese statesman of the twenty-first century and shares new insights.
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.
Cross-linked in each others' visions for a prosperous and peaceful Indo-Pacific, Japan also shared a role in democratic India's rise to the 5th largest economy.
Inside and outside the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, thousands of people said a final goodbye to the consequential and longest serving prime minister of Japan.
Only top-level negotiations backed by pressure from the United States and other international communities will break the deadlock.
Acquiring energy is a pressing matter for Japan. The public, if given truthful information about nuclear power, will start supporting it.
By telling the European Commission the unfounded claim that radiation is causing harm in children in Fukushima Prefecture, they promulgate discrimination and prejudice.
A visit to Yasukuni Shrine honors those who died in Japan’s past wars and reaffirms the nation’s resolve to renounce war and safeguard the peaceful lives...
The advertising effect of the Koizumi family was so potent that financial institutions flocked to lend significant sums to projects that had no substance.
This essay is dedicated to Mr. Shigeru Yokota (1932-2020), who fought for victims abducted by North Korea. “Congratulations on your wedding! There will...
It saddens us deeply to report the death of Shigeru Yokota on June 5. He was 87. Yokota was the father of Megumi...