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Articles from Japan Policy & Politics (February 22, 2005)

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2ND LD: Bush stresses diplomacy to solve N. Korea standoff. 356
2ND LD: Cabinet OKs bill to expedite missile-intercept orders. 671
2ND LD: Rice, Hadley urge Japan to restart beef imports. 698
2ND LD: Zoellick vows to expand dialogue with China, secure ties with Japan. 710
4 nations to step up efforts with China official's visit to N. Korea. 305
5TH LD: N. Korea says will return to talks if conditions right. 814
6TH LD: Japan, U.S. set security goals, eye Taiwan, N. Korea. 835
Asahi poll shows Cabinet approval rate rose to 41% from record low. 158
DPJ considers Japan-U.S. accord reasonable, SDP objects. 285
Ex-gov't adviser on N. Korean abductions issue to teach at Waseda. 133
FOCUS: Japan in dilemma over sanctions on N. Korea. 904
Fukuoka Gov. Aso elected as new leader of governors' body. 224
Highlights of U.S.-Japan joint statement on N. Korea. 269
Hiroshima, Nagasaki mayors ask for nuclear disarmament action. 248
Int'l assembly urges Japan-S. Korea-U.S. cooperation on abduction. 255
Japan, U.S. likely to discuss N. Korea nukes in top security talks. 337
Japan, U.S. slam N. Korea, expect China role in resuming talks. 893
Japan, U.S. to declare military realignment boosts ties. 451
Japan, U.S. to hold top security talks Sat. for strategic goals. 362
Japan, U.S. want N. Korea back to nuke talks, expect China role. 459
Japan-U.S. alliance to deal with Asian uncertainties. 611
Japanese editorial excerpts -2-. 481
Japanese editorial excerpts -2-. 500
Japanese editorial excerpts -2-. 702
Japanese editorial excerpts -3-. 574
Japanese editorial excerpts -3-. 414
Japanese editorial excerpts -3-. 356
Japanese editorial excerpts. 301
Japanese editorial excerpts. 315
Japanese editorial excerpts. 408
Japanese editorial excerpts. 334
Kawaguchi thanks Ping for efforts to reform U.N. 278
Koizumi seeks more integrated security ties with U.S. 468
Koizumi urges N. Korea to scrap nukes after missile concerns. 383
Koizumi urges N. Korea's Kim to be 'understanding' man at 63. 174
Kyodo news summary -8-. 343
Kyodo news summary. 449
LDP panel seeks constitutional change to stipulate presence of SDF. 254
LDP to seek maintenance of armed forces, culture in new charter. 534
LEAD: Bush says military action against Iran can't be ruled out. 227
LEAD: Highlights of Japan-U.S. common strategic objectives. 320
LEAD: Japan, U.S. agree to begin developing missile shield. 455
LEAD: Kawaguchi cautiously optimistic about Japan's UNSC bid. 485
LEAD: Koizumi hopes China can lead N. Korea back to 6-nation talks. 304
LEAD: Koizumi seeks N. Korea's unconditional return to 6-way talks. 270
LEAD: Machimura, Ono eye strategic goals with U.S. at security talks Sat. 425
LEAD: Socialists win Portugal's general election. 107
LEAD: U.S., S. Korea agree to step up diplomatic efforts on N. Korea. 735
Maathai urges Japan, world to uphold Kyoto Protocol despite odds. 459
Machimura, Ono in Washington for security talks with U.S. 445
Machimura, Ono to head Fri. for Japan-U.S. security talks. 294
Machimura, Rice to stress diplomatic efforts to resume 6-party talks. 307
N. Korea's Kim to mark 63rd birthday amid fresh nuke uncertainty. 673
Okinawa Gov. Inamine asks Japan, U.S. to relocate Marines. 168
Okinawa urges U.S. commission to reduce burden through realignment. 278
REFILING: 5TH LD: Japan, U.S. set security goals, eye Taiwan, N. Korea. 819
REFILING: LEAD: Kawaguchi cautiously optimistic about Japan's UNSC bid. 495
Rice, Machimura to hold talks before top security session. 144
Text of joint statement of US-Japan Security Consultative Committee. 1325
TokyoNow: Global warming diplomacy becoming active. 405
U.S. editorial excerpts -4-. 246
U.S. editorial excerpts. 363
U.S. editorial excerpts. 342
U.S. editorial excerpts. 252
U.S. rules out concessions to N. Korea, vows to watch illicit acts. 530
U.S. undecided about carrier replacement after Kitty Hawk: Rumsfeld. 242
U.S., S. Korea agree to step up diplomatic efforts on N. Korea. 503
Zoellick warns against reading 'too much' into N. Korea statement. 465

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