The Liberal Democratic Party’s recent victory has brought the controversial topic of constitutional reform in Japan into the political spotlight once again.
First Use of “Killer Robot” in US History Raises Ethical and Legal Questions
Scott N. Romaniuk & Emeka T. Njoku
The use of a robot to kill Dallas police shooter Micah Xavier is raising questions about how police forces deploy new technologies.
Myanmar’s conversion from pariah state to investment opportunity has seen it return to partial international respectability. Could Asia one day offer North Korea a similar chance?
By adopting India-centric themes for the first time in an Indian video release, Islamic State is betraying its own desperation to gain a foothold on the Indian subcontinent.
Will elections in the Donbas thaw out Ukraine’s frozen conflict and move the Minsk II process forward?