Is bombing our enemies effective?
Japan's prime minister called an early election to strengthen his mandate — and gave an opening to a serious new challenger.
But Trump’s pick to run the bank wants it killed dead.
Talk of “destroying” Pyongyang has unsettled what was near-unanimity in reining in the Hermit Kingdom.
Only a fraction of promised international aid has reached Syrian refugees in Turkey, Jordan, and Lebanon, a rights group says.
Can Japan, South Korea, and the U.S. stand firm against Pyongyang's efforts to drive wedges among them?
Hawkish Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seems to have few choices save strong words of condemnation for the Kim regime’s missile tests. But he’s working the long game.
There’s a plutonium arms race brewing in East Asia that could see China, Japan, and South Korea with the capability to make tens of thousands of nuclear weapons.
An initial probe finds that the ship’s crew “should have spoken up” earlier.
That thought occurred to me the other day whilst reading about Japanese operations during the war.
American companies might not feel it yet, but they’re already falling behind their foreign competitors.