President Xi Jinping's speech marking the 100-year anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party was never going to win the hearts and minds of China's neighbors — including Japan's media.
For Kuni Miyake's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
The optimists say the coming few weeks could be critical for both the Biden and Rouhani administrations to revive the nuclear deal.
The long-anticipated first summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin was held in Geneva last week. Tokyo’s initial reaction was rather unnoteworthy, partly because the meeting ended at midnight Japan time. In fact, an initial report written in Japanese, for lack of anything better to ...
Not everyone in Budapest is buying Orban's attempt at justifying the deal to build a Chinese university campus in the city.
While Chinese culture is laudable, culture does not equate to policy and will not guarantee that others will automatically respect your government.
If the Asahi genuinely believes that the Olympic Games should be canceled, why does the paper not withdraw its sponsorship from the games?
My conclusion is that the Palestinian leadership has missed several golden opportunities for the Palestinians to live in peace with Israel and realize self-governance.
History may eventually show that Mr. Moon’s fanciful but unrealistic appeasement policy vis-a-vis North Korea between 2017 and 2022 failed to work.
Although China was singled out in the foreign ministers’ communique this year, the matter of China was just one of many important issues also mentioned.
A primary concern is the withdrawal could make the region far more unstable than it was previously — a pattern that the world has seen before.