Japan remains constantly exposed to the menace of North Korean missiles, and ominously the Kim regime recently "legalized" its use of nuclear weapons.
“There can be no way to protect our country just by advocating non-nuclearism,” declared the granddaughter of a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb.
Kishida presented an action plan for abolishing nuclear weapons in the first address by a Japanese prime minister to the members of the NPT Conference.
Taking a look at how Japan might build a more cohesive Korean Peninsula policy, making room for different visions and potential unification or regime changes.
UNSC’s role is to maintain peace and security in the international community, yet China and Russia vetoed its resolution to strengthen sanctions on North Korea.
There would be a powerful rationale for China to seal off Taiwan as quickly and completely as possible, with strategic implications for Japan and the US.
In our podcast, Andrii Gurenko, Ukrainian international relations expert, says the behavior of democratic countries towards Russia will be crucial.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and US Ambassador Rahm Emanuel reaffirm “shared commitments to a world of peace” while condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Japan's is in peril security-wise. Russia, North Korea, and China are nuclear powers all shamelessly violating international law.
The Ukrainian President spoke directly to over 500 Japanese lawmakers on Wednesday, March 23 in an appeal for help to stop Russia’s invasion of his country.
In a historic address to the Japanese parliament, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanks Japan for being the first Asian country to stand up for Ukraine.
Russia’s invasion has intentionally disrupted the transmission of data on the power plant’s decommissioning to the IAEA in Vienna.