The country should look to the U.S. for an example of how to deal with cyberattacks and threats in an effective way.
For Ken Jimbo's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Tokyo must learn from its history of making bad decisions and being slow to deal with postwar crises.
Tokyo must be wary of Beijing's attempts to split the Japan-U.S. alliance, and must work to persuade Washington of the best approach to conflict.
As tensions in the Asia-Pacific region increase, the ties between Tokyo, Washington and Beijing continue to change.
America's allies in Asia — Japan and South Korea — should strongly support the key directions of the U.S. 2018 nuclear posture review.
A reintroduction of tactical nuclear weapons in South Korea could serve as a deterrent and a bargaining chip for arms-contol negotiations with North Korea.
How does Japan view U.S. President Barack Obama's "twin commitments" to the goals of nuclear abolition and maintaining an adequate deterrent as long as nuclear weapons remain? Obama believes in the commitment of nuclear weapon states under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty to work toward eliminating ...