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IN WITH THE NEW

Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jul 17, 2003
Maverick Suginami mayor likes to stir things up
Until Hiroshi Yamada took control of Tokyo's Suginami Ward in April 1999, local government activity proceeded at a predictably slow pace.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jul 3, 2003
For security realists, Ishiba a breath of clear air
Since becoming Defense Agency chief, Shigeru Ishiba has not been shy about rocking the boat.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jun 19, 2003
DPJ security advocate bridges internal, LDP gaps
When the Democratic Party of Japan suffered a serious rift earlier this year over contentious war-contingency bills, the fate of the nation's largest opposition force hinged on Seiji Maehara, the DPJ's security policy chief.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jun 19, 2003
DPJ security advocate bridges internal, LDP gaps
When the Democratic Party of Japan suffered a serious rift earlier this year over contentious war-contingency bills, the fate of the nation's largest opposition force hinged on Seiji Maehara, the DPJ's security policy chief.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jun 19, 2003
DPJ security advocate bridges internal, LDP gaps
When the Democratic Party of Japan suffered a serious rift earlier this year over contentious war-contingency bills, the fate of the nation's largest opposition force hinged on Seiji Maehara, the DPJ's security policy chief.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Jun 5, 2003
Seiko Noda now a force in her own right — and name
Seiko Noda, a Liberal Democratic Party lawmaker in the House of Representatives, wrote in her elementary school composition class that her dream was to become a politician -- and ultimately prime minister.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Apr 24, 2003
DPJ's Noda intent on pursuing noble cause in Diet
Before Yoshihiko Noda took over as Diet affairs chief of the Democratic Party of Japan in December, his early morning weekday schedule was set in stone.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Apr 10, 2003
Japan needs spine to stand up, cut its losers: Koike
ITAMI, Hyogo Pref. -- While many Japanese politicians claim knowledge of or interest in Middle Eastern affairs, few if any can match the credentials of Lower House member Yuriko Koike of the Liberal Democratic Party.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Mar 13, 2003
Edano didn't need family name, cash to enter Diet
What is the quickest, most common way to become a politician in Japan? Be born into a political family and have lots of money to spread around.
Japan Times
JAPAN / IN WITH THE NEW
Feb 28, 2003
Ex-BOJ man hopes to wield LDP clout as reformer
A glance at his Web site can tell you quite a lot about his position.

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