Meet the members of the new Kishida Cabinet, including veterans and first timers, and discover some of the key points behind the reshuffle.
Grossly exaggerated claims concerning the Nanjing Massacre and comfort woman controversies are faltering, and not due to lack of evidence alone.
Conservatives, the LDP’s bedrock of support, expect Kishida to tackle the difficult issues Abe was passionate about: the abductions and constitutional reform.
This is the first time in history that the US has embraced a Japanese strategy as its own. India, Australia, and even Europe have endorsed it.
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For Pal, the participation of the US in the postwar tribunals was an attempt to manufacture a narrative that would justify continuation of imperialist policies.
“In the face of crises you may encounter in the future, it will not be enough to merely look right and left and choose the middle...
An exclusive interview with The Sankei Shimbun before the Japanese prime minister heads for the United Nations’ nuclear disarmament conference.
He exhibited a “noble spirit of courage...during the International Military Tribunal for the Far East,” the late former prime minister Shinzo Abe had said.
Skillfully translated by Graham B Leonard, the author takes an historical journey into the regional vision of postwar Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira.
Beijing wouldn’t stop Chinese netizens celebrating the former Japanese prime minister’s death. Asahi Shimbun is doing the same with its senryu column.
The misgivings of opposition politicians do not hold sway. A state funeral for a former prime minister of Shinzo Abe’s caliber provides an opportunity for “condolence...