After the Tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait
By Agoes Rudianto
Aceh Ten Years After the Tsunami
By Sebastian Strangio
Thucydides, War and Natural Disasters
“There’s no point being bitter about a tsunami or storm. It takes an enemy to envenom human affairs.”
Japan’s Growing Military Confidence
The Japanese Self-Defense Forces performed admirably after last year’s tsunami. Expect a more confident force to play a growing role in disaster response.
Remembering March 11, 2011
March 11, when the earthquake and tsunmai hit, was surreal. And left lasting impressions on Japanese spirit.
The J-League and the Tsunami
As the J-League begins, it’s worth remembering how Japan’s football players stepped up after the tsunami.
What Japan Must Do Now
Japan has made extraordinary progress in recovering from last year’s earthquake and tsunami. But will political bickering stop progress in its tracks?
Why Aren’t Japanese Protesting?
Despite the unpopularity of Naoto Kan and his government, the Japanese public has remained relatively quiet.
Some foreigners who left Japan in the wake of the March 11 crisis are finding a chilly reception on returning.
Creative Japan Aid, Big and Small
From a pop concerts to handmade hats, relief efforts for victims of the earthquake and tsunami are going strong.
Aftershock in Japan
Japan experiences a 7.1 magnitude aftershock exactly one month after the first quake. Tsunami warning issued, lifted.
Japan: A Sombre Anniversary
One month after the earthquake and tsunami devastated parts of the country, moods remain sombre. Rightfully so?