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Japan studies Cambodia's needs for electoral reform Japan studies Cambodia's needs for electoral reform The Japanese government on Monday sent a group of experts to Cambodia to study the country's needs for electoral reform, according to a news statement from the Japanese Embassy...

Japan's veterans reflect on WWII pains with message of peace Japan's veterans reflect on WWII pains with message "It was a nightmare. A hellish nightmare," recalled Yasuhito Watabe, a former Japanese Imperial Army infantryman who was still a teenager when the U.S. forces landed on Iwo...

Why all Japan's ministers should boycott visits to Yasukuni The visit to the controversial Yasukuni by Japanese ministers, on the 68th anniversary of Japan's surrender in World War II, has drawn criticism from countries.

Aso retracts Nazi words amid strong criticism Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso retracted on Thursday his remarks which could be interpreted as encouraging Japan to follow Nazi example amid strong criticism.

Japan's ruling camp wins upper house election Japan's ruling camp won the upper house election on Sunday, putting an end to the "divided Diet" and setting economic improvement as its priority after the control of both...

Japanese voters voice concern over LDP's dominance Although Prime Minster Shinzo Abe's ruling LDP would set a big victory in the election for the House of Councillors, there are still many different voices against the possible...

Abe eyes upcoming election to restore political stability Abe eyes upcoming election to restore political stability

As the election campaign for Japan's upper house has kicked off, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed...

Japan kicks off upper house election campaign Japan kicks off upper house election campaign

Japan officially kicked off the election campaign for the House of Councillors with ruling...

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