The debt that should worry Abe's team the most over the next few months is Tokyo's $1.1 trillion of U.S. treasuries.
U.S. President Donald Trump's 'America first' policy is amounting to 'Asia first' in the global economic packing order.
It's high time that Japan, and Asia generally, turned today's embarrassing gender dynamics into an economic opportunity for tomorrow.
With most roads leading to Beijing these days, Tokyo and Washington would be wise to devise ways to fight strength with economic strength.
The odds of Japan getting advantageous terms in direct talks with a U.S. president who's torn up myriad deals since January are tiny.
Neither Shinzo Abe nor Yuriko Koike are addressing Japan's most difficult threat: demographic devolution.
Win or lose on Oct. 22, the energized opposition force coalescing around Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike is already changing the political conversation for the better
Tokyo and the West alike are failing to heed Japan's economic lessons.
The North Korean crisis presents Shinzo Abe with an opportunity to build closer ties with China.
As Shinzo Abe's government bets it all on Donald Trump's America, there's new evidence that Xi Jinping's China holds far more promise.