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no surprise that this was reported by the Sydney Morning Herald/Melbourne Age’s Deborah Cameron,
whose articles frequently take a negative view of Japanese politics
http://japundit.com/archives/2006/08/31/3430/


Deborah Cameron, Tokyo September 16, 2006

Whether at Tokyo's "Electric Town" ? a bonfire of neon, noise and nerds,
where geeky men with no knack for conversation are served green tea by girls in frills
? or rubbing shoulders with other silvertails, Mr Abe puts very little distance between the past and the future.
http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/shogun-for-past-and-present/2006/09/15/1157827157918.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1


Right-wing nationalist tide threatens Japan, warns political veteran
Email Print Normal font Large font Deborah Cameron, Tokyo
August 30, 2006



やっぱりFCCJだよ。w

QUESTION: Thank you. I'm Deborah Cameron from the Sydney Morning Herald of the VIH Newspapers,
the Australian contingent. You said earlier that Japan and the U.S. had worked at healing the wounds of war.
The wounds of war are not healed between Japan and China. Last week the Chinese ambassador said there
was no greater wound than the Yasukuni Shrine. I'm wondering what your view is of the prime minister's
continued visits there. And is there, accepting what you say about China and Japan having to sort this out
between them, who else can help them, if the U.S. doesn't?

AMBASSADOR SCHIEFFER: First, that's a question that I've often been asked - not on Yasukuni but on why can't the United States get country X and country Y to resolve their differences?
http://tokyo.usembassy.gov/e/p/tp-20051130-70.html


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