In Japan, prime minister pushes ahead with controversial ‘anti-conspiracy’ bill
TOKYO — The Japanese parliament appeared ready Monday to move toward approval of a sweeping new “anti-conspiracy” measure that the government says is needed to stop terrorist attacks but that critics worry will be used to create a surveillance state.
Japan protests against UN expert’s queries on bill to fight terrorismReuters
Russo-Japanese Relations On Track for Confidence BuildingThe Diplomat
Japan to prune taxes in hopes of growing farm businessNikkei Asian Review
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