We should not underestimate the will and power of the Iranians.
For Kuni Miyake's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Tokyo should strive to not let U.S. policymakers' strategic attention be diverted from East Asia to the Middle East yet again.
The West badly misread China in the wake of the Tiananmen Square incident.
Don't expect the establishment of an Indo-Pacific Treaty Organization anytime soon.
It's high time for Japan and the U.S. to elevate the level of strategic discussions to a practical and enforceable dimension.
University students seem less concerned about war on the Korean Peninsula than their 1970s counterparts even though the chance of conflict is greater.
The longer the showdown between the world's two biggest economies persists, the more divided into two digital economic blocs the global economy will become.
Don't expect an early end to the U.S.-China trade war.
Although what Japan achieved during the 30 years of Heisei was significant, it will not be enough to solve the problems in the Reiwa Era.
Tokyo should not spare its efforts to make its security partnership or alliance with Australia as substantially mutual as possible.