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March 13, 2023   The number of births in Japan in 2022 slipped below 800,000 for the first time since records began in 1899 to 799,728, according to a preliminary report by the Ministry of Health, L...

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March 8, 2023   A solution to the issue of wartime Korean workers in Japan, announced by South Korea’s Yoon Suk Yeol government on March 6, can be regarded as a temporary measure to avoid the worst ...

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March 6, 2023   South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol positioned Japan as a “partner” in his address at a ceremony on March 1 to commemorate the March 1 Independence Movement against Japanese rule. B...

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March 6, 2023   Russian forces have made missile attacks on power stations and transmission lines in Ukraine almost daily this winter, continuing to destroy Ukrainian electricity infrastructure. Jap...

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March 6, 2023   The raison d'etre of Japan’s House of Councilors is fundamentally called into question as Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi was absent from a meeting of Group of 20 foreign minister...

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February 27, 2023   Military tensions over nuclear weapons are rapidly growing on the Korean Peninsula, although such tensions are scarcely reported in Japan. As North Korea continues military drill...

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February 27, 2023   After U.S. President Joe Biden and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visited Kyiv in February, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is the only Group of Seven leader who has...

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February 20, 2023   On February 1, South Korea’s Daejeon High Court reversed a lower court ruling, rejecting a South Korean temple’s ownership of a Buddhist statue that had been stolen from a Japane...

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February 20, 2023   There is a claim that Japan is the only G7 (Group of Seven) member lacking a legal ban on discrimination against LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people. This claim ...

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February 13, 2023   Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed to the National Diet the appointment of economist Kazuo Ueda as new Bank of Japan governor to succeed Haruhiko Kuroda. The government an...

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