The former Japanese prime minister was a rare leader with a global perspective on foreign policy, explains former US Marine Corps colonel Grant Newsham.
Tomohiro Tanaka addressed a press conference on whether Tetsuya Yamagami’s family history with the church was a factor in the assassination of Shinzo Abe.
The former prime minister and senior statesman who brought stability to the nation and built relationships with countries worldwide was shot dead on July 8.
This Week we do something a little different, delving into the most shocking news of these past seven days: the assassination of Shinzo Abe.
While the investigation is just beginning, we summarize some of the information that we know about the suspect below.
The death of the former prime minister should not be in vain. Not giving in to violence, Japan pushes through with the Upper House elections today,...
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...
Abe had a strategic vision for Japan, recognizing that it could no longer sit quietly, writing the occasional check, while events unfolded around it.
Within a divided world, Abe’s most defining legacy for Japan, the regional and global community, was that he built a united democratic Indo-Pacific coalition.
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 gunman at an election rally in Nara ended the life of the longest-serving and one of the most popular prime ministers in Japanese history.
Messages of shock and grief are coming in from heads of government, remembering the former prime minister of Japan as a “towering global statesman.”