Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Reshuffles Cabinet Amid Sluggish Support Rates
By Takahashi Kosuke
Japan has new ministers of defense and foreign affairs as Kishida looks to shore up public support and head off potential challengers from within the LDP.
Can Japan Fix the Gender Gap in Its Politics?
By Daisuke Akimoto
Japan remains hesitant to formally tackle its male-dominated political system. But one woman might beat the odds and force real change.
In Japan’s Post-Abe Era, Addressing Political Gender Inequality is Essential
By Nick Stores
A more uncertain and competitive political climate could lead to urgently needed quota legislation for female politicians.
Japan’s Upper House Election Results: A Win for Diversity?
By Thisanka Siripala
Despite a record number of female and handicapped candidates winning seats, hurdles remain.
Liberal Gender Equality Bill Passed in Conservative Japan
By Kirara Tsutsui
Voters must now step up to address Japan's political gender gap.