In Tokyo for the 2022 US-Japan Council meetings, David Yutaka Ige spoke about how his Japanese-American heritage shaped him and his admiration for Shinzo Abe.
The expert panel's focus on Japan's defense buildup is called for, but what Japan really needs is an overhaul of its security and foreign policy posturing.
Japan produced about half of next-generation chips in its semiconductor output into the 1980S, but its share of the market has been steadily declining since.
Robust Japan-Australia ties in a wide range of areas, including military affairs, will play a significant role in securing regional peace and stability.
Shinzo Abe led the region into strategic diplomacy. It is shameful that opposition parties back home should attack the funeral plans to score political points.
In their inaugural Economic 2+2 meeting, ministers called for fair and transparent development financing for third countries, export controls, and supply chain solutions.
This Week we do something a little different, delving into the most shocking news of these past seven days: the assassination of Shinzo Abe.
The front pages of Japan’s national newspapers on July 9 make clear just how difficult it is for the nation as it grapples with the aftermath...
The laser-based optical communication network could revolutionize disaster response, along with private telecommunications, space exploration, and more.
If Taiwan becomes a member first, China will find itself in the miserable position of having to beg for Taiwan’s consent to join the TPP.
Students at a university in Tokyo realize how interdependent we truly are, and the challenges faced by the personalities involved in international politics.
If Japanese vaccines can be made easily transportable and available, access to vaccinations will be broadened for a greater number of people in the developing world.