The relationship between Japan and Colorado has been fantastic, in part because how the state's governor treated Japanese-Americans during World War II.
For Kuni Miyake's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
With the presence of the "neocon comeback kids," U.S. foreign policy now shows atavism symptoms again.
In the coming decade or two, Japan will have millions of people like Naomi Osaka who will enrich and evolve the nation.
Political stability and economic prosperity in the future seems likely to depend on who can control the anger and frustration of the critical mass of the unemployed.
The AI revolution will have an immense impact on global power politics, but Japan may get left behind.
U.S. State Department officials are changing the policy of the president.
The international situation may provide Japan with a golden opportunity to maximize its national interests on the global stage.
Efforts to decommission the shattered nuclear plant are headed in the right direction.
Will adopting Japanese-style education help boost Egypt's future economic growth?
Germany today reflects Japan's future.