Japan’s new leader can expect to face ongoing hostility in East Asia and a warm welcome from India.
But peace cannot be imposed by force forever.
In rhetoric, and increasingly in the realm of defense spending as well, Western countries are preparing for a more adversarial relationship with China.
Various teams are sprinting toward the finish line of a working vaccine, and to the winner could go the geopolitical spoils.
As Britain prepares for the peak of the coronavirus crisis, the government’s being urged to provide the National Health Service with more equipment to save lives.
The region’s leaders are about to face the ultimate test.
The arrival of COVID-19 is just the latest in a string of recent economic disruptions in Japan, and there are even rumblings that the expected windfall of the Olympics could be in jeopardy.
What are health experts saying about the risks posed by the virus?
Inaccuracy and exaggeration pervade most media coverage on North Korea. What can one do? Go straight to the experts.
The killings of two young people during a terror attack on London Bridge have stirred up political argument in Britain. But the father of one of the victims has penned an impassioned plea, urging the press not to use his son's death to further an “agenda of hate.”