The Yomiuri Shimbun Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told a Diet session Wednesday he would seek prior approval from the legislature before mobilizing the Self-Defense Forces for minesweeping activities in the Strait of Hormuz. Such a situation is cited ... The Japan News, 16 hours ago
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Japan Jul. 29, 2015 - Updated 06:23 UTC Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says the right to collective self-defense will be carried out within the legal framework allowed by the Constitution. He denied that the government changed the interpretation ...NHK, 22 hours ago Constitutional experts criticize Abe aide NHK, 1 day ago Abe: Collective self-defense constitutional NHK, 2 days ago Govt: No contradictions on past replies on collective self-defense The Japan News, 14 hours ago
Views from Tokyo: What do you think of the decision to ditch Zaha Hadid's Olympic stadium plan and start from scratch?
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced earlier this month his plan to abandon architect Zaha Hadid's original design for a new National Stadium for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo due to ballooning costs. Instead, there will be a new bidding process. ...Japan Times, 18 hours ago Tokyo's Olympics Logo Is a Confusing Geometric Mess Wired News, 2 days ago
Former Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama criticized Wednesday that incumbent Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's flip-flopping remarks on historical issues have stirred concerns and suspicions from neighboring countries.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Tomiichi Murayama addresses a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo July 29, 2015. (Xinhua/Stringer) TOKYO, July 29 (Xinhua) -- Murayama, who is famous for his 1995 landmark statement ...Xinhua News Agency, 15 hours ago Japanese former PM criticizes Abe for stirring concerns, suspicions from neighbors China.org.cn, 18 hours ago XINHUA - Japanese former PM criticizes Abe for stirring concerns, suspicions from neighbors Namibia Press Agency, 18 hours ago Former PM denounces Abe over security bills NHK, 6 days ago
, Japan One of the three arrows of Abenomics, the plan by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to fix Japan's economy, was market and business reform. Not surprising, those with the most to lose are fighting back. Abe want public companies to give their ...Asia Times Online, 12 hours ago
A group of 524 Korean, Japanese and other scholars issued a joint statement in Seoul on Wednesday urging Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to issue a sincere apology for Japan's wartime aggressions on the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II next ...Korea Joongang Daily, 14 hours ago Scholars Issue Joint Statement Urging Abe to Offer Apology Korea Broadcasting System, 20 hours ago Western scholars press Japan's Abe on war history Reuters, 2 months ago
Spotlight: Abe's senior aide blurts inconvenient truth about ruling camp's contempt for law, constitution and democracy
TOKYO, July 29 (Xinhua) -- Owing to a monumental gaffe by a senior advisor to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe who said recently that the legality of the contentious security bills currently being deliberated in the upper house was unimportant as ...Shanghai Daily, 15 hours ago
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Hundreds of scholars and researchers from around the world urged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Wednesday, to confront past wrongdoings committed by previous Japanese governments and apologize for wartime atrocities perpetrated during World War II. ...Korea Times, 16 hours ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed his eagerness again to pass security-related bills during the current Diet session, highlighting the need to swiftly pass security legislation to ensure peace. It is essential to proceed ...The Japan News, 1 day ago Abe aide draws flak over comments on security bills Japan Times, 2 days ago Upper house takes up bills on security The Japan News, 2 days ago Japan's upper house takes up bills on security Asiaone, 2 days ago
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