"Japan, US alliances' strength Confirmed"       "Iranian Embassy in Tokyo: No to Foreign Troops in the Region"       "Marriott Executive Offers Advice for Doing Business in Japan"       "Japan Very Concerned About Iran Enriching Uranium, Breaking Nuclear Deal"       "Physicist: US Behind in Improving Post-Fukushima Nuclear Safety Standards"      

Japan, US alliances' strength Confirmed

Monday, January 20, 2020

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) Calling their alliance "stronger, broader, and more essential today than ever,” Japan and the U.S. marked the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the two nations in a joint statement released Jan. 17.

“As we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of this Treaty and look back at the 75 years of friendship and trust between the two nations since the end of World War II, we pay tribute to our predecessors...

Iranian Embassy in Tokyo: No to Foreign Troops in the Region

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Tokyo- (PanOrient News)The Iranian embassy in Tokyo said in a statement that the "deployment of foreign troops" to the region "does not seem to contribute to regional peace, stability or security in the Middle East,” and that Iran has proposed the Hormuz Peace Initiative (#HOPE) as a useful national foundation for alleviating regional tensions.

The statement, released Friday evening on the embassy's Twitter account, asked “friendly countries” to support the initiative with action at...

Marriott Executive Offers Advice for Doing Business in Japan

Thursday, November 28, 2019

By Allison Pestotnik

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) Karl Hudson, the newly appointed area vice president of Japan and Guam for Marriott International, suggested learning Japanese proverbs and gaining a deep knowledge of the local culture when offering advice to other foreign executives assigned to work in Japan.

“Some experience in another Asian country would help but it is very important to develop an understanding of the local culture,” said Hudson in an interview with the JATA Internati...

Japan Very Concerned About Iran Enriching Uranium, Breaking Nuclear Deal

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) Japan announced that it was “strongly concerned” about Iran’s decision to restart uranium enrichment activities at the Fordow facility, a move that breaks from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed by Iran and a group of world powers in 2015.

“We are strongly concerned about Iran’s continued reduction of its commitment under the JCPOA including this time’s announcement,” said the statement by Press Secretary Masato Ohtaka. “Japan once...

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