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In push to mend ties, South Korea’s Yoon says Japan has gone from ‘aggressor to partner’

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In push to mend ties, South Korea’s Yoon says Japan has gone from ‘aggressor to partner’
The South Korean leader’s drive to improve relations with Japan faces a momentous challenge, as ties between the two neighbors remain chilly over historical issues …
High school student arrested after teacher stabbed at school in Saitama
The teacher was conscious when he was taken to hospital and the injury was not life-threatening, according to the city’s board of education.
New U.S. committee on China warns of ‘existential struggle’ in first hearing
The committee of 13 Republicans and 11 Democrats used the hearing to discuss a number of issues, from alleged Chinese human rights violations to Beijing’s …
Two high-profile Japan robbery suspects given fresh charges over theft
The arrests of Yuki Watanabe, 38, and Tomonobu Kojima, 45, come a day after two other men deported from the Philippines were also served new …
U.S. experts have high expectations for Bank of Japan nominee
Ueda is “an ideal candidate” to meet the challenges facing the BOJ such as achieving a 2% inflation target, a former head of the Japan/Korea …
Kei Komuro, husband of former Princess Mako, registered as lawyer in New York
Komuro’s registration, dated Monday according to the New York State Unified Court System, came after he passed the state’s bar examination on his third attempt …

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Rust belt province got old before it got rich, as much of China will
As China’s 1.4 billion population declines and ages, in part because of a policy that limited couples to one child from 1980 to 2015, pressure …
How Japan and its businesses should respond to U.S. economic security policies
Washington’s moves against Beijing in semiconductors and other fields have put Tokyo and other global players in a delicate situation.
‘On the Way Home’: Documentary shines spotlight on death of disabled man during interaction with police
A documentary titled “On the Way Home” tells the story of Kenta Yasunaga and tries to start a conversation about how the Japanese legal system …
Seiya Suzuki in shock over injury-forced WBC withdrawal
Nippn Professional Baseball said Wednesday that the Cubs outfielder would be replaced by SoftBank utility player Taisei Makihara.
How the Russia-Ukraine war has changed Japan’s economic outlook
Soaring energy costs have re-exposed Japan’s weakness as a nation of limited natural resources.
A sick America can’t compete with global powers
Poor health is not just a tragedy for individuals. It is a constraint on the U.S.’s productivity and its ability to defend itself.

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