US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has a stark message for those who fear that Trump administration policies could lead to a global trade war: He says that the war is already on and now the United States is prepared to join it in earnest.
The successes and failures of Japan’s internationalization, especially its struggles with the English language
Steven Clemons lays out his view of why the Trans-Pacific Partnership failed and Donald Trump’s expected trade policies
Japanese leaders’ hopeless quest to talk down a madman
The Abe administration gets a free ride from the Obama administration for Japanese rightwing ideology
Racism has always been an essential element in the struggle over US military bases in Okinawa, but now it has emerged into the mainstream media.
Dr. Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Foreign Minister, addresses Japanese journalists in Tokyo on September 2, 2016. Topics included diplomatic issues with Syria and Iran.
The Republic of the Philippines is seeks and receives military aid from Japan amid rising tensions in the South China Sea.
A recent attempt by the Liberal Democratic Party to brand the Japan Communist Party as violent has sparked a new debate on the political history of Japan, but it seems to be primarily a cynical political ploy.
Host Michael Penn interviews journalist and book author Tim Hornyak and learns about the development and purposes of drones.