Useless words are dancing around. That’s the uncontrollable impression I’m getting.
Defense Minister Gen. Nakatani held a discussion with U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter. In the press conference, Nakatani said in regard to Marine Corps Air Station Futenma that its relocation to Henoko in the city of Nago [Read more]
The correspondents’ dinner is the only occasion where the president can go so far in revealing his actual thoughts under the cover of humor.
The smell of deodorants, detergents and fabric softeners is getting better and better. While your nose might take delight in this piece of news, the low-end and mid-range perfume industry is regretting it.
There is an urgent need to curb the immediate cause of this uneasiness – police brutality.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is heading to Washington both literally and figuratively.
The starting gun has been fired and the big race for the White House has started early with the launch of the pre-candidates for the two traditional parties of the United States.
“Imitated by many, surpassed by none.” Slogans like this are always remarkable. In this constantly changing world, being overtaken is always unavoidable. There are countless examples that demonstrate the falls of internationally famous brands, and the similar declines of once dominant countries are also very [Read more]
With the approach of another U.S. presidential election, candidates from both major political parties who have entered the race have raised the issue of China, and advocacy for taking a hard line on that front is on the rise. It's not just their words that indicate this; the United States is seemingly taking action as [Read more]
Either way, we need to be fully prepared for whoever wins the race.
After 'email-gate,' Hillary Clinton must face new revelations about Clinton Foundation donors and a possible conflict of interest when she was secretary of state.