The latest news on Japan
Japan's World War II revisionism is distracting from urgent economic reforms.
Lawmakers are debating the merits and drawbacks of natural gas exports again.
Hagel says new deal to serve as deterrent against Chinese and North Korean hostility.
If Japan succeeds, the lesson for the U.S. will be that the aggressive monetary policy can work.
The world has turned a blind eye to the Kim regime's abuses.
Patriot missiles are installed in Tokyo and the Kaesong industrial zone is closed as tensions continue to grow.
Japan's central bankers are following the Fed's lead.
The U.S. shouldn't focus on a country with little ability to strike America.
The U.S. must tread lightly between China and Japan.
World reflects on fallout, nuclear and political, of the catastrophe.