A young Marine killed in the bloody World War II Battle of Tarawa has finally been brought home and has been laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery.
TOKYO—China is escalating a campaign of military maritime coercion against Japan’s Senkaku Islands, according to Japanese intelligence data disclosed as part of a joint Pentagon-Japan research program.
A powerful earthquake rattled Fukushima, Japan on Monday, prompting authorities to issue a tsunami warning to residents.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump met privately with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday evening, after which Abe expressed confidence that the two will “build a relationship of trust.”
TOKYO—A nervous Japanese government is trying to figure out how American security policies will change under a Donald Trump administration.
The head of the U.S. Pacific Command underscored his willingness to serve Donald Trump’s administration in order to tackle the mounting security challenges posed by China and North Korea.
A Japanese journalist who was covering the fight in Iraq against the Islamic State has been detained for alleged links to the terrorist group, according to media reports.
John Podesta helped a former Democratic U.S. senator-turned-lobbyist get an invitation to a White House state dinner with the Japanese prime minister in 2015, after leaving the Obama administration.
China on Thursday accused Japanese military jets of endangering its aircraft, in the latest dust-up between the two countries over territory in the East China Sea.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out anew at the United States on Tuesday and said it could forget a bilateral defense deal if he stayed in power long enough, in the latest jarring statement from Manila about the future of the alliance.