Beyond the issues associated with the U.S. military’s lax COVID-19 containment measures, SOFA has a long history of incidents.
For Edo Naito's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Would Japan have seen far greater fatalities if it opted for mass COVID-19 testing like other countries rather than just targeting vulnerable group as it did?
COVID-19 won’t be the last deadly contagion to strike Japan. Here are six things the government can do right now to ensure it can respond better when the next crisis strikes.
Mainstream media has painted a bleak narrative about how Japan has handled the pandemic, but comparative data shows it has, for the most part, responded much better than its G7 peers.
In many ways, the problems surrounding Nissan Motor Co. have spawned renewed interest in the state of Japan's corporate governance. Initially, Nissan's corporate governance practices came under fire following the arrest of its former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, as allegations emerged that the former chairman misused ...
As the Carlos Ghosn saga continues to unfold, domestic and international attention continues to mount on what many are calling a "hostage justice" system. The ousted Nissan Motor Co. chairman, who had already spent 108 days at the Tokyo Detention House before being released on ...