by Hayes Brown Mar 31, 2014
In a ruling four years in the making, an international court has declared Japan's annual "scientific" hunts for whale illegal.
by Ari Phillips Mar 13, 2014
“It’s a bit like saying we know we are exposing you to something that could be life-threatening. We’re going to admit it and compensate you for it.”
by Ari Phillips Mar 4, 2014
The term environmental refugee has taken on a new meaning in China.
by Bryce Covert Feb 24, 2014
Honda has broken a 66-year tradition of only appointing men to its board.
by Zack Beauchamp Feb 7, 2014
Asia is not about to replay World War I.
by Ari Phillips Jan 21, 2014
The Japanese are killing dolphins again. Meanwhile countless other species suffer due to human impacts such as pollution and climate change. By 2100 up to half of all living species could be extinct.
by Ari Phillips Jan 16, 2014
The plan involves restarting some nuclear reactors in Japan, where cleanup of the Fukushima nuclear plant is still precarious and far behind schedule. It faces fierce public opposition.
by Bryce Covert Jan 2, 2014
Japan's companies are being asked to have 30 percent of executive positions filled by women by 2020.
by Hayes Brown Dec 30, 2013
Members of the Japanese criminal underworld are using taxpayer money to recruit homeless men for dangerous clean-up work.
by Zack Beauchamp Dec 8, 2013
Tensions between China and South Korea just escalated over a strategically valuable reef. That's bad news.