Tatsujiro Suzuki presents a series of recommendations on how the Japanese government should manage and eventually reduce and eliminate its plutonium stockpile.
Nobuyasu Abe asserts that it would be feasible but not desirable for South Korea and Japan to become nuclear-armed, and urges both countries to think of other ways to maintain their national security.
A regional NWFZ can be used to quarantine a zone from the real risks of nuclear war. Japan stands to gain numerous benefits should their government actively promote the creation of one.
Japan learned a harsh lesson about nuclear regulation systems from Fukushima. Post-Fukushima, the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) has been making sure those lessons stick.
"This time it may be true!" -- Under increasing pressure from North Korea, Japan faces a dilemma: continue in hopes of finding a diplomatic solution, or acquire their own nuclear weapon capability?
Experts urge the Parliaments of Japan and India to consider carefully the dangers of ratifying a flawed treaty.