Despite last week's breakthrough, Brexit remains as tentative and confused as ever.
Japan's financial crisis may seem like ancient history, but banks are now facing considerable challenges.
Reality will shatter the dreams of both "leavers" and "remainers."
Japan's defense planning will need to account for the increased threat from North Korea.
While Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is a symbolic victory for Israelis, that does not make it a wise move tactically or strategically.
The massive expense of moving the expressway over Nihonbashi bridge must be weighed carefully against its aesthetic benefits.
The economic inroads Beijing is making in Eastern and Central Europe is raising concerns in the EU, Japan and the U.S.
Punishing Russia for its behavior is only part of the Olympic task: It is must also ensure that this does not happen again.
As the flu season begins, people should take preventative measures including vaccinations and frequent hand-washing.
The nation's income tax system should be adjusted to adapt to the diversification of the ways in which people now work.
Given the lack of male heirs in the Imperial family, the discussion of succession rules should continue.
Verdicts in war crimes trials are vital to remind us that such injustices can and do occur, and that those who commit them will be held accountable for their misdeeds.
The government needs to pull out all the stops in making sure every Japanese is listed in the family registry system.
Companies need to come clean on how the data falsification misconduct was allowed to continue for so long.
Japan starting to look like a model case in the management of an aging, mature society.
Anyone thinking about investing in a Japan startup should consider tips from Tokyo based angel investor Jonathan Epstein before taking the plunge.
Attempting to ram a solution down Palestinians' throats will only increase the likelihood of even more violence.
Anti-Jewish violence spreads to liberal Europe, where Muslim immigrants enjoy the freedom to protest.
There's a common thread to the dubious claims and irreproducible results that have plagued some fields of science — illusory patterns in the randomness of our world.
THAAD dispute underlines the perils of over-reliance on China's market
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