Financial misconduct by lawyers and others serving as guardians for incapacitated adults risks ruining public trust in the adult guardianship system.
What may be most significant about the "Pokemon Go" phenomenon is what it portends for the future of online gaming.
Hillary Clinton is moving the right in an effort to woo anti-Trump Republicans.
The freedom that teachers have to express their opinions on controversial issues is far more limited than that of students in both the U.S. and Japan.
U.S. deployment of a high-tech missile defense system in South Korea risks harming the international effort to bring North Korea to heel.
The foundation of the lay judge system could be at risk unless these citizen judges are protected from intimidation.
The themes and images that emerged from this week's Republican National Convention may prove troubling for newly nominated presidential candidate Donald Trump and the GOP.
Beijing needs to do more to put China's economic act together.
Tokyo voters have a big decision to make, and the party affiliations of the leading candidates for governor should be the least of their worries.
There is a real danger that President Erdogan will use the failed coup to further consolidate power in his own hand, undermining Turkey's democracy.
The Constitution should be amended only when there is a clear and compelling need.
Teachers and students alike should be encouraged to express their political opinions and discuss concrete issues while refraining from imposing their views on others.
Now more than ever, all parties in the South China Sea disputes need to take a cool-headed approach.
Public discussion should be launched to discuss the issues that must be resolved to permit the abdication of the Emperor.
China is no longer making a secret of its ambition to gain dominance over the western Pacific.
Scandinavian-style social welfare could breathe new life into the fading American Dream.
War between China and the United States is not inevitable.
Brexit's shockwaves will impact Japan and China in different ways.
As demonstrated by China's response to The Hague's South China Sea decision, international law is powerful against the powerless, but powerless against the powerful.
U.S. voters are angry at the perceived discrepancy between today and a romanticized past.
Japan should be aggressive in trying to shape post-Brexit trade relations with Britain.