The latest news on Japan
Threats from al Qaeda in Africa will complicate force shift to China and North Korea.
Washington and Tokyo will need to gain greater clarity on three broad areas: security, trade, and common values.
Michael Hayden says economic sanctions are only protection from Chinese cyber-threats.
The pledge is already in Japan, and Norquist wants to bring it to Brazil too.
The United States has an opportunity to show the world that America is a steadfast supporter of its friends.
Pride and fear among the average citizen are the driving force behind the ongoing dispute.
Abe is apparently eager to drive down the exchange value of the yen to stimulate lagging demand for Japanese products.
TOKYO (AP) — The troubles with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner are drawing an unwelcome spotlight for the Japanese maker of the powerful lithium-ion batteries that have become the focus of investigations into onboard fire risks.
TOKYO (AP) — Japan's two biggest airlines grounded all their Boeing 787 aircraft for safety checks Wednesday after one was forced to make an emergency landing in the latest blow for the new jet.
With nuclear power waning, Japan needs another fuel source. Is natural gas from Alaska's North Slope the answer?