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One Year On, Japan Foreign Min. Kono Boosting Presence

August 8, 2018

Tokyo- With one year having passed since he took office, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono has been boosting his presence as a possible major candidate to be chief of the nation’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party, and prime minister, to succeed

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Duterte: War on drugs won’t be sidelined; to be “relentless, chilling”

July 23, 2018

While his administration is on its third year, President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated on Monday that his administration’s war on illegal drugs would be “relentless and chilling.” In his third State of the Nation Address, Duterte said he could not be

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FOCUS: Japan Starts Discussing Measures against Pirate Websites

July 16, 2018

Tokyo- With the aim of protecting the copyright of manga and anime, the Japanese government has taken the measure of encouraging Internet service providers to block access to pirate websites that publish such works for free. The government believes that

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People Have “Instinct” to Reconcile: Kazuo Ishiguro

July 4, 2018

London- Japanese-born British author Kazuo Ishiguro said Tuesday that he believes people have “an instinct” to reconcile. “I think individual people and individual families have an instinct to understand each other and reconcile,” the Nobel laureate in literature in 2017

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Okinawa Entrepreneur Sees Discussion as Key in Peace Education

June 27, 2018

Ginowan, Okinawa Pref.- As nearly three-quarters of a century have passed since the end of World War II and wartime memories get more and more blurry, Japan is facing a challenge: how to help young generations learn about peace. An

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Famas, Urian lauds TIU Film’s “Yield”

June 10, 2018

Yield, a film about child labor produced by TIU Films, won three awards from two film organizations during the last five days. In Sunday’s 66th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) awards Yield won the Best Documentary and

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INTERVIEW: Japan, U.S. May Enter “Delicate Time” over N. Korea

June 7, 2018

Washington- Japan and the United States may enter a “delicate time” depending on developments after the planned U.S.-North Korea summit on Tuesday, a U.S. expert has said. The policy of imposing maximum pressure on North Korea “will stay the same”

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Lesson from Aum Crimes: People Can Be Easily Controlled

May 30, 2018

Tokyo- Freelance journalist Shoko Egawa says that a series of crimes by the Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult in the 1980s and 1990s have left a lesson: People can be easily controlled psychologically. In January this year, the last remaining one

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