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The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
March 12, 2014
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
In their third podcast, the U.S. team discusses MH370 and the geopolitics of Afghanistan following NATO's withdrawal.
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
March 08, 2014
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
According to a recent report, some Japanese women are embracing right-wing groups that operate mostly online.
Rising Conservatism Among Japanese Housewives?
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
March 05, 2014
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
The Diplomat’s Zachary Keck and Ankit Panda discuss the terrorist attacks in China and North Korean diplomacy.
Will Six Party Talks Resume This Year?
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
February 28, 2014
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
Our Tokyo editors talk about controversial letters penned by Kamikaze pilots and more in this week's podcast.
Japanese WWII Survivor Wants UNESCO Certification for Kamikaze Letters
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
February 24, 2014
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
The Diplomat's Zachary Keck and Ankit Panda discuss recent U.S. comments on the South China Sea, and much more.
U.S. Policy for the South China Sea
Fukushima's Post-Disaster Death Toll Rises
February 21, 2014
Fukushima's Post-Disaster Death Toll Rises
Our Tokyo editors discuss hardships faced by Fukushima's 136,000 displaced residents and more in this week's podcast.
Fukushima's Post-Disaster Death Toll Rises
What Do Shinzo Abe and Kim Jong-Un Have In Common?
February 14, 2014
What Do Shinzo Abe and Kim Jong-Un Have In Common?
Our Tokyo editors talk about South Korean attitudes toward Japan's leader and more in this week's podcast.
What Do Shinzo Abe and Kim Jong-Un Have In Common?
Did Tokyo Elect a Sexist Governor?
February 11, 2014
Did Tokyo Elect a Sexist Governor?
Our Tokyo editors discuss Masuzoe's past gaffes, Sony's PC woes and newspapers for kids.
Did Tokyo Elect a Sexist Governor?
A Controversial Comic Book and Japan's Gourmet Potato Chips
February 04, 2014
A Controversial Comic Book and Japan's Gourmet Potato Chips
Our Tokyo editors discuss the ongoing comfort women spat and a "Hokkaido boom" in snack foods.
A Controversial Comic Book and Japan's Gourmet Potato Chips
Bottlenoses, Blonde Wigs and Baseball
January 24, 2014
Bottlenoses, Blonde Wigs and Baseball
Our Tokyo editors discuss the recent dolphin hunt and other Japan news.
Bottlenoses, Blonde Wigs and Baseball
Interview: Francisco J. Sánchez
December 20, 2013
Interview: Francisco J. Sánchez
As China and the U.S. hold annual trade talks, we speak with the U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade.
Interview: Francisco J. Sánchez
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