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War in a world that stands for nothing

Ukrainians, and everyone else, are learning the hard way how global capitalism trumps democracy and human rights.

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Cyber nukes could be the world’s path to digital peace

Digital escalation will continue until mutually assured destruction warrants an armistice.

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Japan-New Zealand relations evolve amid a changing...

Kishida and Ardern's talks were the first in-person meeting between the two countries’ heads of government since 2017 and served as...

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Tokyo needs to brace itself for return of a new cold...

Russia's invasion of Ukraine might solidify a renewed cold war bloc that includes China and North Korea, two states that pose a threat...

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How Europe’s decisions shape the tech world

The EU plays a defining role in regulating big tech globally as many companies adopt European standards for their businesses, even...

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What’s the best way to deal with that bully? Join...

Membership would make Sweden and Finland safer and the alliance stronger. But there’s a time window of vulnerability.

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The ‘Quad’ at a crossroads

The Indo-Pacific's four leading democracies can hold as many leaders’ summits as they want, but without a clear strategic vision or...

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The next cybersecurity crisis: Poisoned AI

A lot of machine learning relies on massive data sets of unknown provenance. That’s a problem when digital defenses are on the line.

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A unified Korea would be a good thing

The best answer to North Korean nuclear weapons is Southern-led unification of the peninsula – especially for Japan

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Russian invasion may sway China against a forceful...

Sanctions, international condemnation and a future threat to leadership could be the results of aggressive unification, if Moscow's...

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West’s failed gamble on Russian and Chinese reform

Russia and China shattered the belief that economic liberalization leads inevitably to greater political freedom.

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War in Ukraine shatters Japan’s pacifist dreams

A country cannot defend itself without maintaining combat readiness, especially when it comes to offensive military capabilities....

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Kyotographie’s 10th edition spotlights female artists...

The annual international photography festival, which takes place at various locations around Kyoto, sheds light on infertility, cancer...

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‘Honoka’ challenges assumptions about the lives of...

Director Yugo Kunitomo hopes his documentary will get viewers to recognize underlying prejudices through a glimpse into the life of...

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Classical music incorporated: The Japanese CEO who...

Kyohei Sorita founded Japan National Orchestra Co. just a year ago, during the pandemic, as for-profit endeavor.

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‘Bubble’: A thin plot brings down exciting visuals

Tetsuro Araki’s film about teenage parkour practitioners living in a post-apocalyptic Tokyo has some exhilarating action sequences,...

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‘My Neighbor Totoro’ to be adapted into stage play...

The stage adaptation will be the first of its kind for the film, and will premiere on Oct. 8 at London's Barbican Centre and run ...

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Inside the curious creations of Fujiko A. Fujio

Motoo Abiko, aka Fujiko A. Fujio, made his mark by testing the boundaries of the manga genre with quirky concepts and dark humor.

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