Prime Minister Abe should focus on reviving the economy, not revising the Constitution.
Prime Minister Abe's failing is that he sees Abenomics as a magic wand that he can wave and all will be well.
The last thing this region needs is more tension and conflict, which is what would come with a Trump presidency.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe himself seems to have forgotten Abenomics in his quest for Japan to be a "normal" nation with a constitution to his personal liking.
Japan's media and academia are failing in their duty to question government policies.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talks big about Japan playing a greater role on the global stage, but the reality has been disappointing.
There is a contradiction between the demands of 'womenomics' and Abe's call for women to have more babies.
An international outlook, a dedication to research and a spirit of enterprise are among the qualities that universities need to become world-leading institutions.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could have stood forward at the Paris climate talks as a world leader in the fight against climate change. Instead, he offered nothing new.
The destructive nexus between construction companies, bureaucracy and politicians is largely responsible for Japan's glut of rapidly depreciating houses.