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19 Oct 2011

Obama’s Empty Apologetics

According to a controversial leak provided by WikiLeaks - and picked up in stories by news outlets from AP to NPR - Barack Obama s administration was politely advised by the Japanese in September 2009 that there would be no need for the presidential entourage to go to Hiroshima, apparently to apologize for the dropping of the atomic bomb 64 years earlier.
According to a controversial leak provided by WikiLeaks - and picked up in stories by news outlets from AP to NPR -...
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28 Sep 2011

Hiroshima groups irked over Foreign Ministry’s discouragement of Obama visit

Groups representing atomic bomb survivors and opponents of nuclear weapons have criticized the government following the release of a secret U.S. cable indicating that Japan's Foreign Ministry discouraged U.S. President Barack Obama from visiting Hiroshima.
Groups representing atomic bomb survivors and opponents of nuclear weapons have criticized the government following the...
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26 Jul 2011

Cables show inflexibility of both US and Okinawa

Two once-confidential cables from the U.S. consulate in Okinawa reveal the closed-door political dealings that have run underneath the Futenma Air Station controversy in recent years. The cables, both of which were released by Wikileaks in May, show how diplomats from the United States and Japan have pursued a compromise that will preserve a base relocation plan but allow Okinawan politicians to keep their public promises.
Two once-confidential cables from the U.S. consulate in Okinawa reveal the closed-door political dealings that have run...
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