Japanese leaders’ hopeless quest to talk down a madman
The political stakes are extremely high in the Trump administration’s choice of economic strategy.
The Abe administration gets a free ride from the Obama administration for Japanese rightwing ideology
What made Shinzo Abe so happy about his meeting with Donald Trump?
Another look at the leader who set the stage for Donald Trump.
The election of Donald Trump as US president pushes its alliance with Japan back close to zero.
Donald Trump’s comments about the potential need for the United States to retract its responsibility to defend Japan helps conservative Japanese politicians bolster this East Asian nation’s military posture.
Host Michael Penn interviews scholar Nancy Snow about the persuasive techniques of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
The ruling party makes belated and unconvincing efforts to legislate against the rise of hate speech.
Leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been making waves with radical policy notions from the day he announced his run for his party’s nomination. He took this to a whole new level on August 16 when he released a five-page report entitled, “Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again.” Briefly noted within a subsection called—ironically enough—“Defend The Laws And Constitution Of The United States,” Trump called for “ending birthright citizenship.”