The Khashoggi crisis is the first and probably the biggest test for Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman as a leader of Saudi Arabia.
For Kuni Miyake's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Tokyo will continue to be the capital that is most concerned about North Korean medium-range ballistic missiles armed with nuclear warheads.
There are three human desires that are difficult to control in life that can ruin your family and yourself: power, wealth and sex.
The real question is not whether China poses a strategic threat to the United States, but whether Washington has a consistent and realistic strategy to deal with Beijing.
The Russian president set a precondition Japan can't accept when he offered to negotiate a peace treaty before reaching a settlement on the Northern Territories.
The real question for Tokyo now is where the Trump administration will go from here.
Washington must come back to the peace process as an honest and respected mediator. This is the best and probably only way to secure Israel's right to exist.
Sen. John McCain represented the best facets of the American nation and people.
China's leadership must treat the Uighur minority with all the respect and fairness afforded other groups.
Seasoned diplomats are much subtler and more prudent than badgers of the same stripe.