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Articles from Japan Policy & Politics (June 12, 2000)

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2ND LD: Former Chief Cabinet Secretary Kajiyama dies at 74. 485
2ND LD: Mori defends inflammatory 'kokutai' remark. 577
3RD LD: Mori mourns death of Obuchi at funeral. 376
4TH LD: World leaders bid farewell to Obuchi. 691
7 parties' election pledges differ on fiscal policies. 508
Australia calls for strong message on trade at G-8 summit. 227
Cabinet support rate plummeted to 16.7%, shows Nikkei poll. 404
Campaigns open for Saitama gubernatorial poll, 3 by-elections. 164
Coalition leaders agree to join forces on election campaign. 243
CORRECTED: Japan calls for reduction of small arms... 240
CORRECTED: Mori welcomes Fujimori's victory in Peru election. 258
Ex-lawmakers to get 3.42 mil. yen for 2 days' work in June. 221
Ex-SDP lawmaker Ueda to field 4 candidates in election. 131
FOCUS: Internet blacklists to spark political revolution? 806
G-8 leaders' wives to visit Okinawa peace memorial. 368
G-8 nations to adopt 'IT charter' at Okinawa summit. 206
G-8 to adopt charter to harness IT revolution. 360
Gov't lending rate to decrease to 1.90%. 127
Gov't may set criteria for budget requests earlier: Usui. 158
Gov't, LDP to split costs for Obuchi's funeral. 203
Half of prefectural gov'ts unprepared for defense cooperation. 282
Japan calls for reduction of small arms at int'l confab. 230
Japan reiterates commitment to African stability. 127
Japan's ambassador to Peru promises Fujimori continued aid. 172
Japan, Bulgaria agree on G-8 efforts for Balkan stability. 185
Japan, EU to address concerns of developing nations. 162
Japan, Russia agree to work toward fruitful visit by Putin. 507
Japan-hardliner retained as Putin's top diplomatic aide. 139
Japanese political leaders pay condolence call for Kajiyama. 191
Kono calls for G-8 summit to take up small-arms control. 164
Kono to hold talks with ministers at Obuchi's funeral. 98
LEAD: 86 countries, groups to be represented at Obuchi funeral. 691
LEAD: Campaigns open for Saitama governor poll, 3 by-elections. 442
LEAD: Clinton pays tribute to Obuchi. 440
LEAD: Court orders leader in Aichi extortion to reformatory. 281
LEAD: Japanese fact-finding team to Sumatra leaves Tokyo. 155
LEAD: Mori pledges G-8 summit efforts for Mideast peace. 401
LEAD: Mori, Kono begin meetings with Obuchi mourners. 583
LEAD: Mori, Kono to hold 30 meetings with Obuchi mourners. 276
LEAD: Putin's visit to Japan tentatively set for Sept. 1-4. 304
LEAD: Russia soon to propose date for Putin's visit to Japan. 542
Ministers divided over Mori's 'kokutai' remark. 592
Miyazawa orders easier bond tax rules for nonresidents. 120
Mori calls Kajiyama 'sharp man,' mourns death. 105
Mori eyes G-8 aid package on IT. 491
Mori indicates GDP growth in FY 1999 borders on 0.6% target. 253
Mori says Japan to announce comprehensive aid package on IT. 271
Mori taught ABCs of computer literacy at Chiba school. 307
Mori to meet Clinton, Kim Thurs. morning. 324
Mori welcomes Fujimori's victory in Peru election. 264
Mori, Kono meetings stress G-8 summit, Asian aid, N. Korea. 759
Mori, Mahathir compare notes on IT. 118
Mori-Clinton meeting not for substantive talks: U.S. official. 359
MSDF warship practices firing missiles in RIMPAC 2000. 278
NCP to back 205 LDP, New Komeito candidates in election. 157
New Komeito to stay in alliance if majority holds: Kanzaki. 338
No reaction overseas to Mori's 'kokutai' remark, Kono says. 380
Nonaka asks China to address maritime intrusions. 204
Obuchi could express himself in hospital, wife says. 497
Opposition to seek coalition if it wins majority: Fuwa. 254
Ozawa hopes public frustration will see off ruling parties. 341
Police cap probe on Nagoya extortion case. 343
Prince Akishino, wife to visit Mongolia from June 28. 148
Protection of Constitution major SDP election issue. 393
Russia to make 3 economic requests at G-8 summit. 314
Russian group heads for Kunashiri after visa-free trip. 165
Scope of Japan-U.S. military drills to be expanded. 309
U.N. confab on women to showcase full potential of IT. 268
U.S. Navy commander eyes promotion of multilateral drills. 214
U.S. state resolution seeking Japan's wartime apology. 149
U.S., Russia leave possibility of ABM treaty amendment open. 259

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