At G7, Kishida eyes ‘realistic’ approach to nukes, with bold steps unlikely

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At G7, Kishida eyes ‘realistic’ approach to nukes, with bold steps unlikely
With bigger moves unlikely, a key aim of the summit will be to pursue new initiatives to foster disarmament and reinvigorate the stalled process of …
Outside forces ultimately put Johnny’s abuse into public eye
With abuse accusations circulating for decades, reports by overseas media outlets ultimately cleared the way for coverage in the mainstream domestic press.
On busy G7 agenda, generative AI still looms large
The Group of Seven leaders are set to discuss the rise of artificial intelligence applications, such as ChatGPT, and how more nations are regulating cross-border …
Delays won’t hurt Japan’s first casino, Osaka governor says
The Osaka plan for a so-called integrated resort featuring hotels, entertainment and conference centers as well as a casino, gained government approval in April.
Who is Li Hui, China’s peace envoy to Ukraine and Russia?
Tasked with finding a resolution to the war in Ukraine, the veteran Chinese diplomat is set to begin a tour of Russia, Ukraine and three …
Putin’s war revives Russia’s dark tradition of informers
The informers are a reflection of the sweeping changes the invasion has brought to Russia, seeking to eradicate once-tolerated hints of opposition.

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