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Future growth of India and China to be tuned by Japan

The gear shift of Asia’s growth in the decades to come is in the hand of Tokyo as Japan is in control of the formation of the emerging India-China-Japan (I+C+J) power structure in Asia. 1,724 more words

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NY Times: Shinzo Abe and Japan's History

The visit by Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, to the United States next week is important on several levels. He will be the first Japanese leader to address a joint meeting of Congress. 555 more words

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Juru bicara : Shinzo Abe bangga semangat bangsa Asia Afrika

Perdana Menteri Jepang Shinzo Abe bangga melihat Roh dan persatuan bangsa-bangsa Asia dan Afrika pada peringatan Konferensi Asia Afrika 60 (AAC) atau konferensi Bandung.

“Konferensi Bandung adalah pertama kalinya konferensi semata-mata diadakan oleh negara-negara Asia dan Afrika. 375 more words

China's Xi, Japan's Abe meet on sidelines of Jakarta summit

AFP

The leaders of China and Japan held talks on Wednesday for only the second time since taking office, seeking to repair a relationship damaged by territorial disputes and a bitter wartime legacy, a Japanese official said. 30 more words

A new Japanese train has broken the world speed record twice this week

A Japanese bullet train broke the world speed record for trains in an April 21 test run, clocking in at a blazing 603 km per hour (374 miles per hour) at a track near Mount Fuji. 289 more words

Government Discomfited by Comfort Women issue

In February of 1996, the United Nations issued a special report (E/CN.4/1996/53), authored by its special rapporteur on violence against women, Radhika Coomaraswamy… 662 more words

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Construction Contracts Signed; Opinion Poll Results; Urasoe Mayor Accepts Naha Port Relocation

Original article (Okinawa Times, 4/20)

The Okinawa Defense Bureau has contracted out six items of construction for the land reclamation needed to build the new Henoko base, for a total of 41.53 billion yen (around 348 million dollars). 277 more words