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Japan's ex-PM criticizes militarism
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Abe's "active pacifism" can't bring real peace

by Liu Tian, Feng Wuyong TOKYO, June 15 (Xinhua) -- Japan's former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama criticized Japan's current military stance, saying the "active pacifism"created by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a blinkered concept and, therefore, can ... Xinhua News Agency, 2 months ago
Japan's ex-PM criticizes militarism CHINAdaily, 2 months ago

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Former Prime Minister: Japan Should Shelve the Islands Dispute With China to Avoid A Spiral into Conflict

BEIJING—Breaking ranks with the current policy of the Japanese government, former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama told the official China Daily in an interview that his country should seek to repair rapidly souring relations with China before they ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago Former prime minister Japan Should Shelve the Islands Dispute With China to Avoid A Spiral into Conflict  Big News Network2 months ago Abe, former PMs hold differing views on nuclear power plant  Donga.com1 month ago

Relationship between China and Japan is not irreparable

Former Japanese prime minister Yukio Hatoyama told China Daily on Saturday that the tensions between China and Japan "should not spiral into military conflict" and Tokyo should not let hostility dominate its diplomacy with China. The veteran ...
 CHINAdaily2 months ago Former Japan PM says tension between China and Japan not irreparable  Glos Wielkopolski2 months ago Change in diplomatic strategy  Ecns.cn3 weeks ago

Former Japanese PM urges government to support UN efforts in Western Sahara

(SPS) - Former Prime Minister of Japan, Mr. Yukio Hatoyama, has asked the government of his country to support more strongly the efforts undertaken by the United Nations in Western Sahara, demanding a quick implementation of the self-determination ...
 Sahara Press Service1 month ago Morocco Former Japanese PM Urges Government to Support UN Efforts in Western Sahara  Big News Network1 month ago

Former Japanese Premier becomes member of Nizami Ganjavi International Center

Former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama has become a member of the Nizami Ganjavi
 News.Az2 weeks ago

Hatoyama: China's Asia Pacific influence is irreversible

China's influence is growing irreversibly in the Asia Pacific region, former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama said in a keynote speech at the 3rd World Peace Forum (WPF) in Beijing on Saturday. According to International Monetary Fund (IMF) ... months ago Hatoyama Chinas Asia Pacific influence is irreversible  Big News Network2 months ago Exploring a New Paradigm  Beijing Review1 month ago
The Japan News

Japan in Depth / Coast guard blocks protesters at Henoko relocation site

By Motoshi Sakata and Yujiro Okabe / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writers Learning lessons from a decade ago, when fierce protests led to the cancellation of a drilling survey for a contentious U.S. base relocation in Okinawa Prefecture, the government has ...
 The Japan News1 week ago

The nuclear dilemma

It is still hard to draw attention to a new topic when the country hasn't gotten anything done involving the April 16 Sewol ferry sinking, beyond an agreement to pass a special law to thoroughly investigate the incident. But other problems are close ...
 Joins.com2 weeks ago

As China counts earthquake toll, an olive branch from Tokyo

The leaders of Asia's two biggest economies, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have yet to meet officially. Both took power in 2012 and tensions have since risen over longstanding territorial and historical ...
 Yahoo! News3 weeks ago War Drums Beat Louder Against China as Japanese Imperialism Re-emerges  Global Research1 month ago Ex-Japan leader calls on Abe to show 'courage' in recognizing wartime past  Glos Wielkopolski2 months ago
Japan Times

Expert pushes plan he says can quickly solve Futenma issue

Military affairs analyst Kazuhisa Ogawa says that he has a plan that could solve the Futenma base mess in just two days. Ogawa, head of the Yokohama-based Strategic Research Institute of International Change, called on the administration of Prime ...
 Japan Times1 month ago
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