"But if Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine will end," says Yuriy Sak, highlighting the unbending will of his countrymen to win this war and maintain independence.
Yuriy Sak, advisor to the Ukraine Ministry of Strategic Industries, discusses what it takes to win Russia's war against his country in an exclusive interview.
Lenna Koszarny is CEO of one of the largest private equity firms in Ukraine. On this second anniversary of Russia's invasion, she says: "Come and invest...
At the Tokyo conference, Japanese companies supported plans to rid Ukraine of landmines and ensure its farms will thrive when the fighting ends.
A four-year doping ban against Kamila Valieva was upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, but harsher punishment of Russia itself was wanted this time.
Beginning February 15, Japan is coordinating several events focusing on public and private initiatives for the long-term support and reconstruction of Ukraine.
North Korea and Russia continue to trade arms in flagrant breach of UN resolutions, threatening regional security and raising weapons proliferation risks.
The Ukraine war is motivated by a Russian imperialism that rejects the Western-led order and a belief that Russia will one day emerge as the world's...
Russia illegally occupies lands belonging to both Japan and Ukraine, including the Northern Territories in Hokkaido, which Soviet troops grabbed in 1945.
The Russian majority has favored imperialist parties even during relatively democratic times, suggesting that imperialism will continue beyond Putin's tenure.
Financial aid spread over 4 years would support resistance to Russian aggression. Ukraine now needs to show it has self-discipline in managing the enormous aid.
The Japan Teachers' Union undermines the nation — and our children's future — when it encourages members to teach falsehoods, even China's propaganda line.