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Fukushima Disaster’s Impact on Health Will Be Challenged in Court   
February 17, 2022

Fukushima Disaster’s Impact on Health Will Be Challenged in Court   

By Thisanka Siripala
A link between radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster and cancer will be the focal point of the civil court case against operator TEPCO.

Can Japan’s ‘New Capitalism’ Help Its Workers?
February 16, 2022

Can Japan’s ‘New Capitalism’ Help Its Workers?

By Ulv Hanssen
Breaking with neoliberalism will require a resolve to confront capital and political opponents. Does Kishida have what it takes?
Japan’s Changing ODA Diplomacy
February 10, 2022

Japan’s Changing ODA Diplomacy

By Daisuke Akimoto
From ending aid to China to a new emphasis on health amid the pandemic, Japan’s Official Development Assistance is evolving.

Japan’s Infrastructure Investment in Northeast India
February 08, 2022

Japan’s Infrastructure Investment in Northeast India

By Rupakjyoti Borah
Japan has invested around $2 billion in improving infrastructure in India's Northeast, which Tokyo sees as a crucial part of its own Free and Open Indo-Pacific Vision.

Japan’s Nationalist Firebrand Ishihara Shintaro Dies at 89
February 02, 2022

Japan’s Nationalist Firebrand Ishihara Shintaro Dies at 89

By Mari Yamaguchi
An avowed nationalist who advocated that Japan abandon its pacifist postwar constitution, Ishihara was never far from controversy.

WHO Staff Complaint, Email Allege Racism and Abuse in Asia-Pacific Office
January 28, 2022

WHO Staff Complaint, Email Allege Racism and Abuse in Asia-Pacific Office

By Maria Cheng
Dr. Kasai Takeshi, head of the WHO’s Western Pacific region, has been accused of racist behavior as well as improperly sharing information with his home country, Japan.

Japan in Turmoil Over Omicron
January 27, 2022

Japan in Turmoil Over Omicron

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan has put two-thirds of the country under quasi-emergency measures as it struggles to curb the latest explosion of COVID-19 infections. 
Official: Japan Hopes to Lead Asian Zero-emissions Push
January 19, 2022

Official: Japan Hopes to Lead Asian Zero-emissions Push

By Mari Yamaguchi
Environmental groups and critics are urging Japan to focus more on promoting renewable energy.

Japan’s North Korea Missile Woes
January 16, 2022

Japan’s North Korea Missile Woes

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan is on high alert after a frenzied series of North Korean ballistic missile tests.

In Memory of ‘Kaifu Diplomacy’ During the Gulf War Turmoil
January 14, 2022

In Memory of ‘Kaifu Diplomacy’ During the Gulf War Turmoil

By Daisuke Akimoto
The late Kaifu Toshiki is regarded as a symbol of Japan’s changing diplomacy in the post-Cold War period.

Japan’s COVID-19 Surge Spreads at Alarming Speed
January 11, 2022

Japan’s COVID-19 Surge Spreads at Alarming Speed

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan is showing signs of a “sixth wave” of coronavirus infections as the highly contagious Omicron variant tears through the community. 
Japan’s Self-Destructive Immigration Policy
January 04, 2022

Japan’s Self-Destructive Immigration Policy

By Markus Bell
Criminalizing asylum seekers and stigmatizing immigration is only worsening Japan’s demographic crisis.

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