[A] manifestation of disregard for the alliance.
Now is the time for Japan, America and South Korea to cooperate and put even more pressure on North Korea.
The world is watching to see whether the judiciary, which should supervise the president along with Congress, will demonstrate the ability to restore American democracy.
[T] the rivalry between the two powers isn’t simply over a trade agenda.
Now might be an opportunity to rethink the concept of democracy and the ideal structure of the nation.
If the current situation is ignored, there is a chance that the complete denuclearization of North Korea may never be achieved.
Washington has apparently understood the criticism that one cannot forget his old friends when battling a big opponent.
It is highly likely that this exchange of sanctions and retribution will deal a serious blow to the world’s economy.
Trump has ensured supporters that ... demand for American-made auto parts will increase. However, this does not guarantee that production will move to American soil.
Onaga Takeshi, who opposed relocating the U.S. Marine Corp Air Station Futenma airbase in Okinawa, has died suddenly.* An election for prefectural governor will occur in September. It seems to be a one-on-one fight between Saki Atsushi, the former mayor of Ginowan, who is backed by the Abe [Read more]