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The Guardian • Japan

Issue #2085

Japan eyes Australia for missile testing

Japanese government sources have revealed that Japan and Australia are discussing potential military cooperation in case of “scenarios where emergencies arise simultaneously in both the...

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Issue #1958

Japan’s radioactive dumping ground

Ten years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan’s government prepares to release radioactive wastewater from the power plant into the Pacific Ocean.

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Comrades from the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane branch marched together, and supporting Vote Yes at the Brisbane May Day rally. Issue #2052

May Day – Millions march around the world

People squeezed by inflation and demanding economic justice took to streets across Asia, Europe, and the Americas to mark May Day, in an outpouring of...

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Issue #1954

The legacy hanging over Fukushima ten years on from disaster

Japan entered into a state of emergency when the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami swept across the country in 2011.

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Issue #2039

Japan’s dangerous military expansion

On December 16 last year, Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced a new defence strategy that doubled Japan’s military spending by 2027. The biggest military...

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Issue #2019

Why the island of Taiwan is so important for mainland China

The Taiwan question remains unresolved to this day. To understand why the island of Taiwan is so important for the mainland, we need to understand...

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Issue #2019

Free Julian/Hiroshima day rally – Perth

“One of the ways to achieve justice, is to expose injustice.” – Julian Assange On the 6th August 2022, Perth for Assange,  together with StopAukusWA,...

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Issue #2062

GREEN NOTES

The Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc (TEPCO) has more than 1000 tanks of contaminated water from the cooling of reactors as it decommissions its...

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Issue #2069

GLOBAL BRIEFS

JAPAN: Japanese retailer Seven & i Holdings Co is selling department store chain Sogo & Seibu Co to a US investment fund, even as the...

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Issue #2050

GLOBAL BRIEFS

CUBA: The deputies of the newly constituted National Assembly of People’s Power (ANPP) re-elected Miguel Diaz Canel as President of the Republic of Cuba with...

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Parade on the Kim Il Sung Square. Issue #2070

DPRK celebrates 75 years of independence, self-reliance and peace

On 9th September the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) celebrated 75 years since its founding under Kim Il Sung, the general secretary of the...

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Issue #2054

GLOBAL BRIEFS

JAPAN: Dozens of anti-nuclear activists protested to demand Japan scrap its plans to dump radioactive waste water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean...

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Issue #2074

GLOBAL BRIEFS

USA: US Republican House Representative Marjory Taylor Greene has raised concerns about the weapons Hamas militants used in their attack on Israel. Greene suggested in...

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PEACE NOTES Issue #2067

More War Games

Australia has just hosted the Malabar Exercises which were held in Sydney and across the NSW south coast from 10th to 21st August. The naval...

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Underground water storage pools at Fukushima. Issue #2069

Stop releasing contaminated water into the sea

SHII Kazuo Chair of the Executive Committee of the Japanese Communist Party (JCP) Press conference, August 2023 Tokyo (1) The Kishida government has decided to...

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NATO with a do not symbol over it. Issue #2062

NO TO NATO

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attended the summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in Vilnius, Lithuania on 11 - 12 July. Albanese was present as part...

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Issue #2085

EDITORIAL

Around this time of year, the question of liking, loving, or being proud of our country comes up a lot. At Invasion Day events, people...

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