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U.S. frustrated with Japan's initial response to Fukushima
An aerial view of the U.S. Navy's Yokosuka Naval Base (Photo by Naoko Kawamura)
Between late on March 14, 2011, and early the next morning, a top secret diplomatic cable arrived at the Foreign Ministry.
U.S. believes Japan on China radar incident
The Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer Yudachi, shown at port in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, in September 2005, was targeted by fire-control radar from a Chinese warship in the East China Sea on Jan. 30. (Asahi Shimbun file photo)
WASHINGTON--The U.S. government says it believes its ally Japan's allegation that China activated its weapons-guiding radar last month in an escalation of tensions between the...
PROMETHEUS TRAP (1): U.S. frustrated with Japan's initial response ...
An aerial view of the U.S. Navy's Yokosuka Naval Base (Photo by Naoko Kawamura)
Editor's note: This is the first part of a series that has run in the past under the overall title of The Prometheus Trap. This series deals with the differences between Japan...
U.S. government concerned at hacking of Japan arms firms
The United States on Sept. 21 expressed concern about recent cyber attacks on defense contractors in Japan, which build U.S.-designed missiles, warships and military aircraft,...
U.S. nuke expert stayed at Kan's official residence
Goshi Hosono, special adviser to the prime minister, is head of a joint Japan-U.S. task force dealing with the nuclear situation. (Photo by Asahi Shimbun file photo)
A U.S. nuclear expert stayed at the Prime Minister's Official Residence last month to speed response to the crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, government...
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