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A recently released U.S. congressional report embraced President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Hiroshima as a manifestation of a robust relationship between the United States and Japan.

The report, by the Congressional Research Service, Congress’ nonpartisan research arm, also focused on the upcoming Upper House election in Japan, as well as possible detrimental impacts on the planned relocation of a key U.S. military base in Okinawa from a criminal incident involving a former U.S. Marine.

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