The global walkout by Google workers, a response to Alphabet Inc.'s reported protection of executives accused of sexual misconduct, may be a harbinger of something new in employer-employee relations: empowered workers' moral-political protest directed as much against the general culture as against management. Although the ...
For Noah Feldman's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
We need to remember that a free press preserves democracy mostly by allowing for the expression of alternative points of view.
A key feature of a nonprincipled, fast-alternating foreign policy is that no one knows exactly what you are going to do next.
The period of term-limited presidents corresponded with unprecedented growth. Now Xi Jinping is changing the rules
Japan and South Korea are wrangling again over an apology for "comfort women." That tells us something about international law.
From North Korea to China to Russia and the Middle East, American objectives are clear — and the Trump administration has no credible road map to achieve them.
Renouncing violence would go a long way toward reviving negotiations with Israel.
Anti-Jewish violence spreads to liberal Europe, where Muslim immigrants enjoy the freedom to protest.
Democrats who are getting revved up for special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation to follow the money from Russia to the Trump campaign shouldn't get too excited yet.
The holy site has been the symbolic flashpoint of the broader Israeli-Arab struggle since at least 1929.