Tuesday Mar 11
Japanese jingoism won't help Fukushima
PAST AND PRESENT: Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe bows in front an altar for the victims of the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami at the national memorial service in Tokyo on Tuesday Does Shinzo Abe love soldiers who died during World War II more than Japanese living today? The question might sound disrespectful.
Ruler of Kuwait has what office calls 'minor surgery' after routine tests in United States
The 86th annual Academy Award nominations for best motion picture have been announced in Beverly Hills, Calif., by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The Japan Times
Haru Kuroki scoops best actress award at 64th Berlin film festival
Kudos: Actress Haru Kuroki receives the Silver Bear for best actress at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival on Saturday, for her part in director Yoji Yamada's'The Little House.'
The China Post
Abe's diplomacy at Olympics signals end to Russia dispute
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe couldn't have a talk with mainland Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi on the Black Sea shore of Russia last Friday, but scored a nimble win in his summit diplomacy by getting Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Tokyo in the fall to discuss how to facilitate the ... (more)
People's Daily Online
Tokyo's provocations pose dilemma for US
The US and Japan held the first talks on their Cyber Defense Policy Working Group early this month.