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Japan gets another prime minister: Can he stop the revolving door leadership? (VIDEO)
Japan foreign minister's scandal may prove undoing for PM
Russia's renewed focus on Kuril Islands draws Japanese ire
What's behind North Korea's offer for unconditional talks?
North Korea tests limits of South Korea, Japan cooperation
Japan's response to North Korea takes on a sharper edge
US-Japan alliance is ripe for renewal
More turf wars for Japan after Russia's Medvedev visits disputed Kuril Islands
How a minor China-Japan fishing dispute blew into a diplomatic hurricane
Japan's Naoto Kan promises fresh start with new cabinet
Japan's Hatoyama resigns, dogged by Okinawa base dispute
Japan's Hatoyama, weakened by Okinawa base decision, sacks deputy
How Japan views Toyota recall woes
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