What’s the debate in Japan, and what’s trending? The Week is a podcast that sets out to help you stay informed on news, culture and more.
“Right now, Ukraine’s grain silos are full. At the same time, 44 million people around the world are marching towards starvation” ー World Food Program
The theatrical play 35th May, about Beijing’s violent 1989 crackdown on protesters, should inspire societies to fight for their freedoms and to preserve them.
What’s being debated in Japan, and what’s trending? The Week is a podcast that sets out to help you stay informed on news, culture and more.
The amateur team’s delegation has arrived in Tokyo before holding training camps in Oita and Ehime Prefectures for the 2022 World Games in the United States.
The West can’t stop aggression like the invasion of Tibet or Ukraine until it ends the self-centered policy of trade and economic priority for despotic regimes.
How is Japan preparing to deter the aggression of this distinctly strong anti-Western alliance?
Taiwan has relied on Japan for satellite services, and the new plans represent should help deepen semiconductor-related supply chain security ties with JAXA.
In an emotional speech at the award ceremony, novelist Touma Aisaka laments the current situation in Ukraine.
The four leaders agreed on protecting the international rule of law and condemning “unilateral use of violence in any territory.”
The fact that the commander of the collective eastern forces felt a sense of crisis about China’s military readiness and made the problem public is noteworthy.
Evolving threats, such as hypersonic missiles that are difficult to detect, are prompting Japan to consider using UAVs for first alert in its national defense.