Mar 24, 2015

Topless protestor chased around Canada parliament

A topless woman raged against a proposed anti-terror law in Canada’s parliament Monday, saying it will infringe on civil rights. The woman is a member of the Paris-based radical feminist protest group Femen. She was chased around the public gallery of the House of ...

Mar 20, 2015

Japan to expand Southeast Asia security ties with Indonesia pact

Japan will sign a defense pact with Indonesia next week, officials in both governments said, the latest effort by Tokyo to forge closer security ties with Southeast Asian nations and build a counterbalance to China. Japan has already bolstered partnerships with the Philippines and ...

Mar 13, 2015

Stronger ties with ASEAN vital to Japan's security: ODA paper

Japan called for stronger ties with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in an annual report on foreign aid Friday, saying they were vital to ensuring its national security at a time when China’s influence in the region is growing. Seeing the 10-member regional ...

Feb 27, 2015

Japan, Poland agree to bolster security, energy ties

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski agreed Friday to strengthen security ties by holding regular defense talks, Japanese officials said. During talks at the prime minister’s office in Tokyo, Abe and Komorowski also decided to boost cooperation on energy, including atomic ...