A person's definition of terrorism usually depends on what side of the fence they're on.
Japan has produced a great many martyrs, not least in the wake of its defeat in World War II.
Indiscriminate or otherwise, aerial bombing remains the preferred choice of warfare for the United States, which dropped 26,171 bombs in 2016 alone.
When did the Japanese start reversing the family-personal name order for Western consumption?
Some women want to keep their maiden names after marriage, yet many others choose not to.
Donald Trump as president will be a disaster, and it won't be short-lived.
Japan knows all about people taking a public stand by refusing to rise for the national anthem.
Is the U.S. national anthem racist or are the lyrics of the third stanza merely misunderstood?
Figuring out when wars start and end isn't always as obvious as it might seem.
The word "terrorist" can and should be applied to a wider range of killers.