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August 19, 2013         Among those honored by Tokyo's Yasukuni Shrine are about 50,000 from Korea and Taiwan, including Army Capt. Fumihiro Mitsuyama from Korea who sang Korean traditional son...

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August 12, 2013         August 1945 was atrociously eventful for the Japanese. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were totally devastated by the American atomic bombings. The Soviet Union suddenly attacked...

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August 5, 2013       A recent remark on Nazi Germany by Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso has come under fire in media. Aso, who doubles as finance minister, made the remark as a panelist at a m...

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August 5, 2013       History shows that countries with significant security and defense related investments are stronger and more economically prosperous. Today, the best example of this is Is...

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July 29, 2013        On July 26, the Ministry of Defense released an interim report on Japan's desirable defense capabilities in a run-up to its revision of the defense program outline. Based ...

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July 22, 2013       Seven months after its inauguration, the Shinzo Abe administration of the Liberal Democratic Party achieved the ruling party's landslide victory in a House of Councillors ...

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July 16, 2013       On July 14, the Defense Ministry said five Chinese naval ships sailed through the Soya Strait off Hokkaido. Russian military ships have ...

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July 8, 2013              The Japanese government’s Education Revitalization Council has submitted proposals on bullying and corporal punishment, the educat...

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        July1, 2013       The New York Times, known as a liberal newspaper that has persistently supported President Barack Obama, unusually carried a story that criticized his diplomacy as bei...

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      June 24, 2013       In the June 23 Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly election, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party and its junior coalition partner, the New Komeito Party, won a landslide victory,...

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