G7 Hiroshima Summit leaders must face current regional security realities and discuss nuclear deterrence, not just the laudable goal of ending nuclear weapons.
Japan must share the sense of crisis demonstrated by the South Korean president and the plans for stronger deterrence he agreed to at the Biden-Yoon summit.
In any unification, China's PLA would enter Taiwan and take control of the sea lanes used to transport 90% of Japan's energy and 60% of its...
On the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit, the Japan, South Korea, US leaders declare they are "more aligned than ever" in responding to North Korea's provocations.
That China, North Korea, and Russia are flirting with a nuclear attack option poses an imminent challenge to nuclear deterrence for the US and its Asian...
US President Biden's eyes "reducing the role of nuclear weapons in US Strategy" despite nuclear threats from China and Russia.
The premise of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty has collapsed. Threatened by North Korea and others, Japan needs a new approach to nuclear deterrence.
While the NPT review conference collapses, Japan is being directly threatened by the nuclear weapons of China, Russia, and North Korea.
The newly proposed action plan should make progress, but by itself it will not protect Japan from the very real nuclear threats it faces today.
China is thought to have about 1,000 nuclear weapons. We need thorough discussions with no taboos to prevent today’s Ukraine from becoming tomorrow’s Japan.
The giant missile landed near the southernmost part of Hokkaido, and it appeared capable of reaching the United States, raising the alarm for Japan’s security.
According to the Latin expression, "SI VIS PACEM, PARA BELLUM," if you want peace, prepare for war. Ukraine wasn’t ready. And Japan?