Dirty play has no place in college football, or any sport.
Japan must work with the U.S. to prevent a return to the earlier antagonism that marked U.S.-North Korea relations and to keep together the coalition that is maintaining pressure on Pyongyang.
Through DNA samples in online genealogy databases, police have a powerful tool to find the guilty — and exonerate the innocent.
Regional universities should not be taken lightly anymore; now is the time for them to shine.
Discussions must start now on making sure the social welfare system can meet Japan's future needs.
U.S. moves that risk displacing Japan make no sense as Washington worries about a return of "great power" competition.
The state of science and technology research today could negatively impact Japan's future presence in the field.
U.S. President Donald Trump's desire for a successful summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and a resolution to the nuclear standoff with North Korea, is shaping his trade policy.
While Robert Mueller has already produced results, the investigation continues and appears to be picking up steam.
Tough challenges confronting the nation require policy responses from more diverse perspectives than male-dominated politics can offer.
The government needs to press ahead with structural reforms to create new homegrown avenues of growth.
The big power companies' stranglehold on the transmission network is suppressing the development of renewable energy.
Contrary to the president's claims, the move will make peace harder to reach and will likely embolden hardliners on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian divide.
Public documents that record the government's decision-making process are, as defined by the law on managing such documents, "people's common intellectual property that underpins the foundation of democracy." The law implemented in 2011 mandates that such documents be created and preserved so citizens can ...
It was entirely foreseeable that the summit planned for June 12 will not take place after all.
Chinese money is pouring into Hokkaido at a much greater scale than imagined. In his recent visit to the island prefecture, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang attended a forum of Japanese prefectural and Chinese provincial governors in Sapporo on May 11, but a Chinese diplomatic ...
Building a framework that allows dissenting voices to be heard, and heeded, must be Malaysia's highest priority.
Trump's "America First" strategy and Xi's "Chinese dream" are founded on a common premise: that the world's two biggest powers can act in their own interest with impunity.
Unconventional resources must be embraced to ensure universal access to clean water and sanitation.
Lawmakers must place priority on national interests, not partisan politics.
Progress is being made in Japan, but legislation is needed to give anti-harassment efforts real teeth.