North Korea launched 6 missiles days after taking over as chair of the UN Conference on Disarmament, highlighting the threat it poses and the UN’s dysfunction.
UNSC’s role is to maintain peace and security in the international community, yet China and Russia vetoed its resolution to strengthen sanctions on North Korea.
Taiwan has relied on Japan for satellite services, and the new plans represent should help deepen semiconductor-related supply chain security ties with JAXA.
Japan relies on overseas imports for most of its energy resources; its energy security must not be compromised by the escalating tensions in Ukraine.
Poland's ambassador to Japan Paweł Milewski says military assistance to Ukraine would show that “Japan feels responsible for global security and world peace.”
China’s Zhang Jun heard how “children were killed, women were raped,” but still voted not to expel Russia from the UN Human Rights Council.
The Ukrainian President spoke directly to over 500 Japanese lawmakers on Wednesday, March 23 in an appeal for help to stop Russia’s invasion of his country.
In a historic address to the Japanese parliament, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanks Japan for being the first Asian country to stand up for Ukraine.
“We hope that International Criminal Court one day will call this genocide. They are killing people because they are Ukrainians.” Sergiy Korsunsky, Ukraine Ambassador to Japan.
“Unilateral attempts to change the status quo by force or coercion are unacceptable, regardless of where they occur,” Japan’s representative told the UN General Assembly.
Local assembly members throughout Japan have been unafraid to call out China by name on its human rights abuses. The Japanese government must find similar courage.
Pointing out two glaring false narratives by foreign countries, the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals will ask the Kishida administration to emphasize public relations for historical...