U.S. President Barack Obama topped the 2016 list of winners and losers in Asia, but not in a good way.
For Jose B. Collazo's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
America's enduring commitment to Asia includes not just defense ties but also support for human rights, religious and press freedoms, and commercial engagement.
Entrenched economic interests and a "little bric" of bureaucracy, regulation, interventionism and corruption continue to impede the structural changes needed to attract more foreign direct investment and drive long-term job creation in Asia.
The U.S. president's final State of the Union address captured an overly cautious approach to Asia amid a rising China.
The Hotel Okura is just the latest victim of Tokyo's penchant for tearing down its storied past to make way for a generic future.
Asia's indigenous animals are increasingly under threat, none more so than the iconic Southeast Asian elephant.
So how should investors conduct business in Asia's frontier markets beyond China — in countries with limited rule of law and transparency?
Find out who or what in Asia were honored for having the worst, bad, good and best year in 2014.
In the face of China's continued rise and increased assertiveness, strengthened U.S. engagement in Asia — as evidenced by U.S. President Barack Obama's official visit to Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar so soon after his re-election — is good news for Japan and the region, ...