Prime Minister Kishida announces funding for a new "Japan Chair for Nuclear Disarmament" and calls for more international cooperation on global problems.
The G20 declaration in India neither condemns Russia nor demands the withdrawal of its troops. Ukraine has understandably called it "nothing to be proud of."
While a clear win for press freedom, dismissal of the politically motivated tax cases clears "the way of doing business in the Philippines," says Maria Ressa.
Since 2016, Japan has turned the Free and Open Indo-Pacific from a mere concept to a working framework of engagement with its neighbors. Now, more countries...
Aiming to improve naval interoperability through the Malabar Exercises, the four Quad countries have shared concerns about Chinese aggression in the region.
President Yoon Suk-yeol and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida inched closer to forging a collective defense alliance at Camp David - but there's still a way to...
While NATO is engaging with Japan more than ever, postponing a Tokyo liaison office may lead China to conclude that it has little interest in the...
British PM Sunak said that President Zelenskyy's in-person G7 Hiroshima Summit visit sent "a powerful message about the unity and determination of members."
Bringing the 2023 G7 Hiroshima Summit to a close, PM Kishida called on all those assembled in his hometown to "believe in humanity and demand peace."
Cabinet Secretary for Public Affairs Noriyuki Shikata shares insights on Japan's priorities for global economy and security at the G7 Hiroshima Summit.
Prime Minister of Japan KISHIDA Fumio explains his plans and priorities for the 2023 G7 Hiroshima summit, which he hosts from May 19-21.
The G7 digital and tech ministers recognize the risks of generative AI, but must face the challenge of forming a common vision for the emerging technology.