It is truly a pleasure and great honor to host the first International Water Association congress held in Japan and to welcome so many people who have come to our city from all over the world. May I take this opportunity to express my ...
For Yuriko Koike's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Mega-cities must play a central role in helping to avoid conflict and defuse tension.
Gov. Yuriko Koike is aiming for a successful Olympics that enhances — rather than derails — Tokyo's future.
U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima will show the world how bonds of alliance and solidarity are forged and maintained.
If a Trump presidency does emerge, it will be a loss for the Republican Party, the U.S. as a whole, and its allies.
Just as India, Japan and the U.S. have been helping to shepherd Myanmar through its transition, they should take a more proactive role in saving Malaysia and Thailand from their elites' self-destructive behavior.
Money from Japan is fueling the North Korean regime and more must be done to turn off the tap.
Tsai's election demonstrates that, while many Taiwanese want good relations with China, they are opposed to Beijing's 'One China' policy.
Will North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ever be able to act in his country's real interests, and not those of his fantasies?
Where climate change threatens to lay waste to the environment, fanatics have banded together to lay waste to civilization.