If Japan can get over its anti-nuclear Fukushima freak out, then the rest of the world should too.
Senior Editor Jacob Sullum examines how the claim that Japanese gun restrictions account for the country's low violent crime rate isn't as simple as it sounds.
While gun control enthusiasts rushed to defend Japan's firearm restrictions after Shinzo Abe's assassination, copying that approach in the U.S. is legally, politically, and practically impossible.
Dedication to free speech is in short supply around the world, with Britain and Canada previously considering similar bills.
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Will Xi Jinping just chalk up Biden's latest remarks as an accidental straying from "strategic ambiguity"?
The country, which has a much lower fatality rate than the U.S., eschewed lockdowns in favor of information.
We can't afford to keep funding defense contractors' cost overruns.
More than 30 venues, some of which predate the Olympics but many of which were purpose-built at public expense, will be occupied solely by coaches, athletes, and judges.
Signing a trade with Japan is a small step in the right direction, but it only cancels out a portion of the damage that Donald Trump has done.
"For the first time ever there are now more people in the world older than 65 than younger than 5."
Tokyo is a shining example of how free market housing regulations can keep even big, growing cities affordable.
The Donald is more like The Gipper on trade policy than you think. And not in a good way.
Obvious propaganda should be labeled propaganda, obviously.
Customers lost billions in bitcoin, and former operator Mark Karpeles could gain well over half a billion.
The U.S. is warning North Korea to denuclearize or else.
Friday A/V Club: Japanese propagandists do Disney.
Progressives and the failure of massive government spending to boost jobs and economic growth
How Kon Ichikawa outdid Leni Riefenstahl
What you need to know about the year's biggest international hotspots, revolutions, and brewing conflicts.
For Gun Control Supporters, Japan's High Suicide Rate Is Much Less Interesting Than Its Low Homicide Rate
A Vox post about Australia highlights declines in suicide, a subject that a post about Japan does not even mention.
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A not very well hidden jab at China
Easy money continues
Refused to surrender
First time in 4 months
For around $13.62 billion