Author: Satō Takumi
Categories: In-Depth with Nippon.com
Japanese newspapers are said to have become polarized in their coverage of controversial issues like the recent national security legislation. How does their current approach compare with their stance in 1960, when renewal of the Japan-US security treaty split the nation? And what is their role in the age of the Internet, where people are unlikely to seek content that conflicts with their own opinions?
Amid Chinese newspapers mourning the death of famed Japanese actor Ken Takakura, Chinese opinion leaders criticize Prime Minister Abe’s decision to hold a snap election in December.