Masaaki Kameda

Masaaki Kameda is a staff writer for The Japan Times since April 2013, covering education and the metropolitan government. He previously worked for The Japan Times ST, a weekly paper for English learners. His interests include taking photographs and exercising.

For Masaaki Kameda's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:

Apr 7, 2015

Japan's 'deep remorse' over war spelled out in Diplomatic Bluebook

Japan is actively contributing to world peace and stability based on the pledge of never waging war that grew out of “deep remorse” over World War II, according to the Foreign Ministry’s diplomatic policy report for 2015, which was released Tuesday. “Japan has consistently ...

A stable Afghanistan crucial to region: Pakistan diplomat

Mar 25, 2015

A stable Afghanistan crucial to region: Pakistan diplomat

Visiting Pakistani Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry stressed Wednesday that stability in neighboring Afghanistan is critical to peace in South Asia and called on the international community for continuous economic commitment to the war-torn country. “We believe peace in Afghanistan would mean peace for ...

Abe, New Zealand's Key vow TPP progress

Mar 24, 2015

Abe, New Zealand's Key vow TPP progress

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his New Zealand counterpart John Key pledged further cooperation Tuesday to wrap up the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations soon. Speaking to reporters alongside Key at the prime minister’s office in Tokyo, Abe said the two leaders also agreed to jointly ...