Professor Mariko Kawano’s interest in international law has always included the rights of individuals, but the plight of seafarers during the COVID-19 pandemic has led her to increase her engagement and build more opportunities for her students to be involved in understanding human rights at sea.
MOL announced that the Self-Elevating Platform (SEP) vessel Seajacks Zaratan-owned by the Japanese subsidiary of Seajacks in which MOL has acquired a stake-called at the Port of Akita on April 16, 2021.
On Wednesday a Chinese fishing vessel sank in disputed water near Japan. As a result of this incident, 5 persons went missing prompting a search operation by the Japanese coast guard.
The world woke up to the news of a gruesome maritime accident in the Pacific. A Japanese submarine had collided with a commercial ship.
e5 Lab, Inc. announced that the successful completion of a large-scale proof of concept (PoC) testing on the “ROBOSHIP Joint Value Creation Project” in waters off Toyosu, Tokyo.
A livestock vessel named GULF LIVESTOCK 1 has gone missing after sending a distress signal in the early hours of September 2nd.
Japanese Bulk carrier MV Wakshio that has been stranded on a coral reef off the southeast coast of Mauritius could now be on the verge of cracking into two pieces.
At a time when border tensions between India and China are at an all-time high, India decided to hold a naval exercise with Japan in the Indian Ocean Region(IOR), towards the important shipping route of Malacca Strait.
With the world’s fifth-largest energy consumption but limited natural resources, Japan seeks to ensure energy security by becoming the world’s first ‘hydrogen society’.