At the International Atomic Energy Agency's annual meet, China called Japan’s treated water discharge “nuclear-contaminated.” No countries backed its position.
The foreign and defense ministers in the new Kishida cabinet bring impressive, unexpected strengths to their jobs, marking them as two key members to watch.
In a significant reshuffle of the Kishida Cabinet, the Prime Minister appoints 11 new ministers including five women out of a total of 19 posts.
Such a move would require changing the NTT law. A new committee is weighing the pros, cons, and options, including implications for economic security.
In the face of a Chinese national’s theft, Japan has no law to detect such technology leaks or other espionage and no full-fledged counterintelligence agency.
Opposition members in the Diet wasted time during the 2023 budget deliberations by attacking LDP minister Sanae Takaichi with a discredited document.
Japan's indecision will harm its competitiveness. "The security clearance is for people who want access to sensitive information," says a former NSA official.
US-Japan activities on technology and export controls offer promise of greater supply chain resilience and security as IPEF planning meetings continue.
August 15 — Despite sweltering weather, thousands of people flocked to the Yasukuni Shrine to commemorate peace and pay respect to those who died in past...
Meet the members of the new Kishida Cabinet, including veterans and first timers, and discover some of the key points behind the reshuffle.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced that the Upper House elections will push through on July 10: “We need to protect with all our might the base...
A look at some of the women who have broken out and are standing above the crowd in their fields in every corner of life in...