Protecting peace across the Taiwan Strait is consistent with the interests of all nations, and "the UN remains the best platform for dialogue," says Joseph Wu.
Ignoring the Hun Sen regime's hereditary succession is to nullify the international community's efforts to turn Cambodia into a democracy.
ICC judges only issue arrest warrants after a long process in which multiple experts affirm that, in each case, it reflects the law, evidence, and justice.
Pulling out of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, Russia risks causing global food shortages in developing countries in Africa, the Middle East, and South America.
Japan must channel this international momentum. North Korea will not budge unless Japan makes a concerted effort to resolve the abductions problem.
The governor's proposed Okinawa diplomacy office sends to foreign governments signals that conflict with national policies and damage the national interest.
The two groups in Sudan have been in conflict over the transfer of power to a civilian government. Meanwhile, 16 million Sudanese need humanitarian aid.
The IPCC warns of the dire consequences of global warming. But for Japan, energy diversification — including clean coal technology — is a lifeline.
One month after the devastating earthquake, Syria is not getting as much help as Turkey. A civil war makes it unreachable by international aid organizations.
ICC chief prosecutor Karim Khan commented on war crimes in which at least several hundred children were taken from Ukraine and forcibly made Russian citizens.
South Korea and Japan both highlighted the promotion of freedom, peace and prosperity, based on liberal democratic values, terms not heard often enough in Asia.
The damage caused by the earthquake in Turkey continues to spread. In a race against time, nations must unite to save as many lives as possible.