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    yosun

    My feeling is that any so called " broader regional trade pact " wouldn't be easy if it consists some kind of political sense and obveriously TPP is this kind of " trade" pact ! For example, Taiwan has told the US 100 times it's interested to join it and Taiwan also told Japan, Australia... samething but it seems nobody could reply positively, isn't Taiwan important trading partner to the US and Japan.... ? So, is this a real trading pact? ok, just forget it since it seems not welcome anyway!

    Posted in: Stalemate remains in Japan-U.S. talks on TPP

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    Chuck Hagel : “I think we’re seeing some clear evidence of a lack of respect and intimidation and coercion in Europe today with what the Russians have done with Ukraine,”

    Well said! so why don't you send two more ballistic missile destroyers to Black sea?

    Posted in: U.S. sending 2 warships to Japan to counter N Korea; warns China

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    Indian employees generally request minimum 10-20% pay hike EVERY YEAR, what TOYOTA has done is the best anyone can do.

    Posted in: Toyota to end lockout at 2 Indian car plants

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    @slumdog: It's your freedom to keep selectively choose what you want to read and actually I understand none of us can persuade each other for what we believe in, I don't mind and just let it be and hopefully no chaos would occur for this issue.

    Posted in: Japan scrambles jets against Chinese military planes

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    slumdogMar. 10, 2014 - Could you give a source for that assumption? It is my impression that the opposite is true.

    You can find news about it even Japantoday news issued something regardingly many times. Pls simply google" the U.S. claims it does not take sides on who rightfully owns the Diaoyu/Senkakuislets..." and tou'll find tons of sources.

    Posted in: Japan scrambles jets against Chinese military planes

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    StrangerlandMar. 10, 2014 - They have ownership both legally and physically.

    But all over the world nobody recognize it, even the US, japan's closest boss, didn't agree that JP has ownership.

    Posted in: Japan scrambles jets against Chinese military planes

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    The scene of Fukushima is sorrowful and empty like a ghost town. How can any contractor find necessary resource there to work? You must find manpower, if you can, material, all equip and even food from outside to work there, I'm so pessimistic anout it, anyway JP government might be able to do it if they propose something like 10 times profit contract~

    Posted in: Future business opportunities seen in Fukushima cleanup

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    Ms Kennedy doesn't understand a basic problem: Japanese look up to American and look down on Korean. Lots of posts here reveal this feeling clearly.

    Posted in: Kennedy urges Japan, S Korea to mend ties

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    It's not problem of Obama, the problem is this case happened in the backyard of Russia who is not Iraq kind of weak ones, suppose any US general suggest to send US force there, that guy must have his brain be checked! Can anyone tell me when the US ever send his force to against Russia near his border by any preisdents?

    Posted in: Obama thrust into role as leader of West

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    KojiWadaMar. 02, 2014 - Even though daughters of Japanese farmers were also sold to prostitution when they were unable to pay the land debt during the Great Depression......

    That's understandable and happened everywhere. But how about " Korean farmers were forced to let their daughters to honorably serve the imperial Army and they were so afraid because so many korean were killed for whatever reasons."

    Posted in: S Korean president warns Japan over war sex slavery apology review

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    Mitsuo MatsuyamaMar. 01, 2014 - ...make trouble with her neighbors Japan, The Philippines, South Korea, and Taiwan.

    I don't think you could say anything for other countries, especially Taiwan. For this case, I think Japan's the one in bad side!

    Posted in: Japan says it is puzzled by new China WWII national days

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    @technosphere

    Here I only mention couple battles of many onres which Chinese independently " stopped or defeated Imperial Japanese Army", because they're before the US join the war in 1941: . you can google to find details....... From the beginning Japan said they would occupy whole China within 6 months however they struggled in China for 8 sad years (anyway for both sides)..... To sum up, more than half of ww2 Japan military casualities (2.2 million) happened in China war field (1.3 million) and that says all.

    Posted in: China mulls days to remember defeat of Japan, Nanjing Massacre

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    @technosphere

    Please define "Great Battle ".

    Posted in: China mulls days to remember defeat of Japan, Nanjing Massacre

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    ironmonkeyzFeb. 27, 2014 - Pretty sure Japan's defeat in WWII had very little to do with Chinese resistance....

    Chinese resisted Japan since 1937, 4 years before the US joined war, without the effort from Chinese, Japan would have occupied whole Asia and Australia! it's not possible for the Ally to defeat Japan if Japan wasn't worn out by Chinese in Asia continent. And unlike France, Chinese always controlled more than 60% of it's land from the beginning to the end of WW2.

    Posted in: China mulls days to remember defeat of Japan, Nanjing Massacre

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    Sept 3 is "Soldier's Day" in ROC(Taiwan) to memory 3 million soldiers who sacriface themselves to protect their country and finally defeated Japan, I suggest PRC can follow what ROC did, and this name seems more peaceful.

    Posted in: China mulls days to remember defeat of Japan, Nanjing Massacre

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    BertieWooster Feb. 19, 2014 - yosun,I hate to break it to you, but Abe is an American puppet.

    I understand your point but I think no Japan PM, including Abe, is voluntarily to be a puppet of the US. It's like you have a tiger, not a pet but belong to someone else, in your home, although it protects you from outsiders but you're afraid of it also and you've to ttreat it nicely therefore it looks like you're actually controlled loike a puppet..

    Posted in: U.S. concerned about Japan domestic demand outlook

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    Although I don't agree with Abe politically, I definitely admire what he've done economically for japanese and that's any leader ought to do. This time Abe must resist the pressure from the US so as to keep doing what he did! For the purpose of economic recovery, how can anyone care about where to sell products... etc.? Doesn't the US push so hard to sell his beef, ifones, airplanes, vehicles.... and even weapons all over the world? and doesn't domestic need get better eventually after local people make more money because of economic recovery? Abe shouldn't care any of this sort of pressure because it would come continuously, and Abe can simply reply why don't you american push China harder? doesn't he sell more to the US?

    Posted in: U.S. concerned about Japan domestic demand outlook

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    hatsoffFeb. 18, 2014 - Yosun: It's so understandable why the US seriously request Japan to return weapons-grade plutonium lately. To you, maybe. But please enlighten us with a non-hysterical, reasonable explanation.

    After the 2011 disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, Japan’s nuclear reactors remain idle. Plutonium that would have been used for power generation thus sits unused, and the reprocessing plan would only add to the stockpile. A symposium (co-sponsored by The Asahi Shimbun Co. and Princeton University) held in early January in Tokyo underlined regional concerns about Japan’s plutonium. Steve Fetter, formerly the White House’s assistant director on the Office of Science and Technology Policy, argued that Japan should not continue to accumulate plutonium without clear plans to use it for power generation. He pointed out that the growing stockpile of plutonium suggests to other countries that Japan is effectively developing “a type of nuclear deterrent” without actually taking the step of building a bomb. Japan’s actions could also encourage other countries in the region, including South Korea, to push back against the international pressure that killed their own nuclear fuel reprocessing programs._ THE DIPLOMAT.

    Posted in: China concerned at Japan holding weapons-grade plutonium

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    It's so understandable why the US seriously request Japan to return weapons-grade plutonium lately.

    Posted in: China concerned at Japan holding weapons-grade plutonium

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    I did like the Japan "based on the notions of freedom, democracy and peace", but I don't like what Abe's been trying to change Japan to be, a right winger militarist country.

    Posted in: Suga rejects claims Japan lurching toward militarism

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