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The Okinawa Controversy continues in the news.

In today’s The Japan Times, two stories were about the Okinawa Controversy.  One was the lead story on the front page (Minister suspends Okinawa governor’s order… 168 more words


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Located in the heart of Petaling Jaya and bordering the federal highway. Boulevard 51 is conveniently located in the Central Business Distrcit (CBD) .

Cretively combined with a perfect mixture of work and leisure elements for the young and ambitious professionals, Boulevard 51 is the ultimate choice for those who hunger for sophistication and elegance . 390 more words

Prime Minister Abe's least controversial reform

(as published on http://www.shingetsunewsagency.com/tokyo)

Since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took to power for the second time in December 2012, many of his bills have been met by skepticism from politicians and the public alike. 421 more words


Scandal Threatens Abe And Japan’s Political Stability

By Brad Glosserman

The greatest threat to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his ambitious agenda is political instability in Tokyo. The spectre of such instability is re-emerging after a remarkable period of quiet as cabinet ministers in Abe’s government are being tarred with political funding scandals. 894 more words


A call for ending corporate donations

(as published on www.shingetsunewsagency.com/tokyo)

Political donations have been a problem for Japanese politicians for a very long time. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has already has lost three of his ministers due to alleged violations of the Political Funds Control Law after the reshuffle of his Cabinet in September last year, and suspicions are being raised about a fourth, Education Minister Hakubun Shimomura. 351 more words


Abenomics' arrows yet to hit mark

SNA (Tokyo) — One of the major reasons for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s reelection last December, apart from a weakened and divided opposition, was the stability of economic policy. 415 more words