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According to the Aug. 17 Kyodo article " Osprey crash in April due to pilot error: U.S. ": Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage is reported to have urged Tokyo to deal with the issues of U.S. Osprey aircraft deployment and Futenma
The international community can neither exert its power to block the Syrian government forces from taking repressive actions nor take any effective steps to deter nuclear developments in Iran and North Korea. Security deterioration continues in Iraq
Marine Air Station Futenma from the more densely populated Ginowan to the Henoko area must start without a hitch. Delivery of the documents was made last month through a tradesman's entrance in the wee hours of the morning by clerical employees of
It was a positive development in the sense that our country moved one step forward to becoming a mature democracy, where government power alternates between two major political parties. It is still too early, though, to say that a mature two-party
On June 17, 1960, seven major newspapers in Tokyo simultaneously carried a "joint declaration" concerning a bloody public clash over the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty that left a female University of Tokyo student dead, calling for a quick resolution to
Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama reiterated Thursday his government will ‘‘comprehensively review’’ the Japan-U.S. alliance, but added it will continue to deepen the bilateral ties in a ‘‘multilayered’’ way. ‘‘As I have repeatedly said, the Japan-U.S.