President Trump returns home from an Asian trip that wasn’t exactly impressive.
On North Korea, there are two options, deterrence and war. And only one of those options makes sense.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to call a snap election pays off big time.
North Korea is threatening another nuclear test, the United States is threatening retaliation, and China is warning of a ‘gathering storm’ on the Korean Peninsula.
President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima left just the impression it should have.
North Korea’s mercurial leader now claims to have thermonuclear weapons, but analysts are saying this is likely braggadocios nonsense.
A nation known for adopting new technology is behind the rest of the world in one interesting way.
China sends a message, and the U.S. responds. What happens next is anyone’s guess.
The good folks at The Guardian wonder, “Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex?”
Japan’s National Debt has reached a level that’s somewhat incomprehensible.
In response to North Korean saber rattling and the rise of China, Japan is reassessing it’s military posture
The Japan nuclear meltdown has now topped the scale used to measure such things, reaching the same level as the Chernobyl disaster. It’s a stupid scale.
Will one of the worst natural disasters to hit Japan in centuries change the relationship between the Japanese government and the people?
President Obama is once again catching flak for his leisure activities.