Popular support — or lack thereof — will make or break Trump's political fortunes.
It's high time the U.N. shed its image as an institution created by the victorious Allied powers and create a level playing field for all its members.
The United Nations has become less relevant after a decade of leadership by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The incoming U.S. president cannot afford to disregard the strategic interest that the U.S. enjoys under the its security arrangement with Japan.
Antonio Guterres knows what it takes to be a strong and effective U.N. secretary-general.
Greater efforts must be made to get North Korea to return to the six-party talks.
Japan's efforts to promote gender mainstreaming have fallen short. Hopefully new Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike can give this vital concept a jump start.
The Security Council should select the most qualified candidate for the next U.N. chief, as the U.N. can no longer afford to have less than the best at its helm.
A widespread growing sense of anger and concern among Japanese voters will be a key factor determining the outcome of the upcoming Upper House election.
Japan-U.S. relations will likely remain the cornerstone of America's foreign policy in Asia regardless of who wins the presidential election.