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13/09/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional
The new acting head of U.S. diplomacy toward Latin America is a seasoned envoy who once floated the idea of going into Chile unilaterally to snatch a politically powerful general who was behind the murder of a leftist politician in Washington in the 1970s.
10/09/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Medio Ambiente
Government officials on Wednesday told diplomats they were still considering options for handling contaminated water at the disaster-hit Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant amid worries the water may be dumped into the ocean.
03/09/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson
The foreign ministers of China and North Korea have held talks in Pyongyang, with the two allies vowing to bolster bilateral ties and work closely on security issues amid the North’s stalled nuclear talks with the U.S.
22/08/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson
In a stunning move that could further upend already fraying ties between Japan and South Korea, Seoul on Thursday announced that it would scrap a key intelligence-sharing pact with Tokyo, with the South’s presidential Blue House saying in a statement that it did not meet Seoul’s “national interests” to maintain the deal amid the intensifying spat between the two neighbors.
13/08/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional
A senior U.S. diplomat says Washington is consulting with its allies as it proceeds with plans to deploy intermediate-range missiles in Asia, a move China says it will respond to with countermeasures.
07/08/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has urged Japan to consider taking part in a coalition to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz.
06/08/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson
China has announced it will hold military exercises near the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea on Tuesday and Wednesday.
25/07/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Organismos Internacionales
South Korea tried to bring international pressure to bear on Japan by airing its complaint regarding Tokyo’s tightened export controls at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Wednesday, but the move failed to rally international opposition to the move.
24/07/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional
Global trade tensions, continued uncertainty and rising prospects for a no-deal Brexit are sapping the strength of the world economy, which faces a “precarious” 2020, the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday.
23/07/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Hal Brands
The best U.S. presidents are transformational, not transitional. They do not simply shake up the old status quo; they create a better one. When it comes to foreign policy, Donald Trump will surely fall short of that standard: He has been far more adept at disruption than at the building that ought to follow.
22/07/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional
Chinese importers are applying to their government to lift tariffs on some U.S. agricultural imports, state media reported on Sunday, three weeks after the two sides reached a truce in their trade war.
16/07/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional
Representatives from the United States and Russia are set to meet in Geneva on Wednesday to explore the concept of a new accord limiting nuclear arms that could eventually include China, senior U.S. officials said on Monday.
02/07/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional
OPEC is extending its deal to cut oil production for another nine months in a bid to keep prices from sagging as the oil cartel faces a weakening outlook for global demand.
25/06/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional Satoshi Sugiyama
Koji Tomita, a Foreign Ministry official representing Japan at the G20 summit, said at a conference last month that regaining public confidence in multilateralism is one of the summit’s goals.
21/06/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Joshua Walker
The eyes of the world will be on Japan again when the Group of 20 summit kicks off in Osaka next week. As host, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will greet the leaders of the world’s 20 most powerful countries and use the opportunity to showcase Japan as an island of geopolitical stability.
14/06/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Noriyuki Suzuki
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has embarked on an ambitious endeavor to play the role of international mediator in the hope of charting a course for dialogue between Tehran and Washington.
07/06/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Tecnología
The Group of 20 major economies will pledge to accelerate their efforts to more effectively collect taxes from multinational digital companies like Google and Facebook, according to a draft of a joint statement by their finance chiefs.
31/05/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Relaciones Bilaterales Reiji Yoshida
A breakthrough in the long-standing territorial dispute over Russian-held islands off Hokkaido remained elusive Friday during a meeting between the two countries’ foreign ministers in Tokyo.
14/05/2019Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional
The government said Monday its key composite index of economic indicators shows the economy “worsening” for the first time in more than six years, reinforcing the view that Japan may have entered a recession.
09/05/2019Política The Japan Times - Japón Política Internacional Jesse Johnson
North Korea fired two projectiles Thursday that appeared to be short-range missiles, the South’s military said, just days after it launched a presumed ballistic missile amid stalled denuclearization talks with the United States.