It's high time for Tokyo to review the nation's postwar era of utopian pacifism and to seriously consider a new era of counter-espionage measures.
For Kuni Miyake's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
It's not the government but the people of Japan who ultimately signify the era of Reiwa, not the other way around.
Tokyo needs a strategic thinker/planner like the late Andrew W. Marshall and politicians who listen to his or her analyses.
America's endless political battle over Russiagate is eclipsing other important national and international matters.
Is it time for the U.S. to reintroduce the 'fairness doctrine' to prevent the media from broadcasting extreme views?
The Free and Open Indo-Pacific strategy is now the official policy of Japan and the United States, but few people understand what it comprises.
The second U.S.-North Korea summit meeting in Hanoi was a fiasco and provided no relief for Japan.
Think tanks must further develop international coordination and work together to make the best use of AI while not allowing the abuse of such technologies.
To avoid being left behind again, Tokyo needs to deal directly and catch up with the rapidly changing European socio-political realities.
The relationship between Japan and Colorado has been fantastic, in part because how the state's governor treated Japanese-Americans during World War II.