Justified civil liberties concerns shouldn't prevent us from using technology to combat a pandemic that could kill millions.
For David Fickling's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Evidence suggests that warmer temperatures and higher humidity could indeed affect the disease's spread.
The disease will eventually become an endemic nuisance rather than a terror.
A degree of fear isn't out of place if it encourages people to adopt behaviors that will limit the outbreak.
In an era where everything seems quantifiable, it's unsettling that the information we've got on this deadly outbreak is approximate at best.
Japan's misguided consumption tax hike makes a big fiscal package inevitiable.
Frosty dispute with South Korea requires an unlikely alternative to home kerosene heaters.
Coaxing Renault to sell down its stake shows the Japanese automaker is just going through the motions.
Quibbling over the meaning of "safety feature" adds to a litany of errors.
States that have knowledge of rivals' motivations and capabilities are likely to be more circumspect about actions that can lead to war