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WTF? What happened to secrecy?

US President Donald Trump has stunned the world by allowing paying guests at his Florida resort to listen in on high-level foreign policy discussions – and even take photos with the soldier who carries the nuclear launch codes. 569 more words

Airbnb Japan to Help Beat the Occupancy Crunch Today and in 2020: Finding a Friendly Room in Japan

The Silicon Valley home-sharing accommodation business has faced first-mover angst. While customers seeking cheaper, more varied accommodations are using Airbnb more and more, the hotel industry in particular is pushing back, lobbying local governments to put a stop to these unregulated competitors. 590 more words


It isn't all 'Sell! Sell! Sell!': Markets shrug off noise of bad politics

From Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to the Diet in Tokyo and the National Assembly in Paris, you don’t have to look too far to find political turmoil in this world. 819 more words


7 High School Students, Teacher Killed in Japan Avalanche

Seven high school students and a teacher were killed after being caught in an avalanche at a Japanese ski resort Monday, according to the local fire department. 303 more words


Japan Detains Movement Leader to Silence Struggle Against US Military Bases

Originally published on 14 March 2017 at Waging Nonviolence. Here.

On October 17, Hiroji Yamashiro was arrested for cutting a wire fence at a protest against a U.S. 1,526 more words


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Resurgence of Fascism in Japan: Corrupt Little Hitler, “Shinzo Abe Memorial Elementary School,” Nippon Kaigi, Uyoku dantai

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Akie Abe, the wife of the Japanese Prime Minister, accused of giving cash-filled envelope in scandal

The head of a Japanese educational foundation at the center of a real estate scandal told parliament he received a donation from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe via his wife, prompting a fresh denial from the top government spokesman. 717 more words