The Hiroshima G7 Summit and Japan’s Evolving Security Identity
By Yukari Easton
Kishida’s biggest achievement thus far may be showing Japan that sitting out on all conflicts is perhaps no longer an option.
Kishida Vision for Peace: Japan’s Global Leadership Gambit
By Titli Basu
Is Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio proving to be as consequential a global statesman as his former boss, Abe Shinzo?
How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Changed Japan’s Security Policy
By Yuki Tatsumi
The current crisis in Ukraine will have a significant impact on the ongoing process to revise Japan’s National Security Strategy.
Is There a Kishida Doctrine?
By Jeff Kingston
Even from retirement, former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo continues to cast a long shadow over Japan’s foreign policy.
The Challenges Ahead for Japan’s Kishida Government
By Rupakjyoti Borah
Kishida came to power at a fraught time for Japan, both at home and in its foreign relations.
Japan Leader Calls for Greater Military Capability, Spending
By Mari Yamaguchi
Kishida said Japan's security environment has been rapidly changing.