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Speaking out

December 10, 2018      On December 3, the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals made an urgent policy proposal calling on the National Diet, or parliament, to add a resolution stopping a fast ...

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December 10, 2018      The Japan Times, a daily English newspaper in Japan, made an unusual announcement on November 30 to revise the descriptions of wartime “forced laborers” and “comfort women.”...

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December 3, 2018      South Korea’s Supreme Court has given another final ruling that ordered Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. to pay damages to former South Korean workers and members of ...

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December 3, 2018      In October when U.S. Vice President Mike Pence gave a speech clarifying Washington’s attitude of confrontation with Beijing, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited China ...

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November 26, 2018      The United States, China, Russia, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran and other countries are rapidly moving. It is difficult to read the world situation. At a symposium...

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November 19, 2018      Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin at their talks on November 14 agreed to accelerate their countries’ negotiations on a peace treaty ba...

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November 12, 2018      The Japanese government is about to change policy to expand the acceptance of foreign workers to meet serious labor shortages. It has submitted to the parliament a bill to r...

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November 12, 2018      One of the most controversial issues at the current session of Japan’s parliament is how to expand the acceptance of foreign workers. Parliamentary discussions focus on the ...

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November 5, 2018      Germany plunged into a political turmoil when the combined share of the votes for the grand coalition parties --- the Christian Democratic/Social Union (CDU/CSU) and German S...

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November 5, 2018      At the House of Representatives Budget Committee on November 1 just after the South Korean Supreme Court ruled that Japan’s Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal Corp. should compe...

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