The G10’s purpose is simple: promote strategic cooperation on global political and security issues and advance the norms and values of a liberal international order.
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Japan should be especially worried by Pyongyang's announcement that it is strengthening its "nuclear war deterrence."
The world can't afford to be indifferent to Chinese behavior that flouts international norms and ignores obligations that Beijing has accepted.
A thoughtful discussion about the risks and the opportunities created by the 5G world should be the cornerstone of the Japan-U.S. alliance.
There is a powerful and growing need for an effective world trade body.
The region's rise demands attention to a broader cross section of its thinkers.
National security is being used as a respectable veneer for otherwise legally questionable actions.
The U.S. needs a more expansive strategy to maintain its lead in this field, and that means working closely with its allies, especially Japan.
The pandemic has ratcheted Sino-American tensions up to 11.
Tracking infections is vital to containing the pandemic, but it also creates mind-bending opportunities for social control.