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"… o promised to short-circuit U.S. financial support for NATO, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and South Korea unless each starts ponying up more funds to pay for assoc …"

"… yourselves, folks.” In March, Trump said “maybe it’s not so bad…if Japan had that nuclear threat.” He also said this is “going to happen whethe …"

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"… ke, unwilling to stand up to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, China, and Japan, whether the issue is immigration, trade or national security. She’s a p …"

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"… ke, unwilling to stand up to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, China, and Japan, whether the issue is immigration, trade or national security. She’s a p …"

"… hese claims a distortion. In March he said “maybe it’s not so bad…if Japan had that nuclear threat.” He also said this is “going to happen whethe …"

"… iggest problem that our country faces right now.” When asked again about Japan that month, however, Trump muddied the water further: “Maybe they would …"

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"… costs to the national economy. Until an earthquake and a tsunami pummeled Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan on March 11, 2011, the possibil …"

"… rthquake and a tsunami pummeled Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan on March 11, 2011, the possibility of such a catastrophe in the more than …"

"… ory Commission staff released more than two years after the earthquake off Japan’s coast drained power and coolant from three of Fukushima’s reactors, …"

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"… to take more responsibility for employees’ actions. - The government of Japan will propose an action plan for combating graft at the next Group of …"

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"… utonium are growing” – a circumstance that experts say is occurring in Japan, India, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom. He also expressed worry that “ …"

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"… lled for countries where U.S. troops are deployed, such as South Korea and Japan, to pay more of the costs. "When you look at the kind of money that our co …"

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"… tocks also exist in the United Kingdom, France, India, Pakistan, China and Japan. Altogether, the stockpiles could be used in theory to construct 20,000 u …"

"… has well fallen short of earlier projections. So where do we stand now? Japan, India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kingdom are …"

"… c Energy Agency nuclear security guidelines. Along with India and Russia, Japan still plans to build a new energy system based on advanced pluto …"

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"… oth countries were detailed in articles published this year by the Center. Japan, which was separately profiled by the Center last year, improved its ranki …"

"… peer review, the report noted. But the report also expressed concern that Japan — like India, Pakistan, the Netherlands, North Korea, and the United Kin …"

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"… n leave them vulnerable to a flooding disaster like the one experienced by Japan’s Daichi reactor at Fukushima; and that India’s nuclear regulators are …"

"… to motion shortly after an earthquake triggered a tsunami off the coast of Japan in March 2011, causing three of the six reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi …"

"… econd to none and highlighting “the natural catastrophe that occurred in Japan,” rather than the underlying human failings and technological mistakes. …"

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"… water samples, with the help of local residents, and carried them back to Japan, where they could be tested for radon, uranium and other nuclides. Four y …"

"… World Health Organization. Radiation levels in villages exceeded the Japanese safety limit by thirty-fold, as did levels at the Rakha Mines railway s …"

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"… Erika Kubo contributed to this article from Tokyo.  …"

"… urn hundreds of pounds of plutonium to the United States for disposal, the Japanese government on April 11 formally endorsed the completion of a …"

"… f the March 2011 Fukushima disaster.  The move is generally viewed in Japan as unpopular with the public but has been welcomed by Japan’s utilities, …"

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"… y for all those sources, at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars. …"

"… after using it for decades to conduct research on nuclear reactor fuels. Japan’s expected, public pledge came in a joint statement with Washington that …"

"… herlands. The plutonium and enriched uranium to be returned are stored at Japan’s Tokai nuclear research complex on the Pacific coast about 65 miles fro …"

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"… lian programs, is a departure and obviously nettlesome to some countries. Japan, India and Russia, for example, plan to build new energy systems based on …"

"… tocks also exist in the United Kingdom, France, India, Pakistan, China and Japan. A five-pound bag of flour filled with bomb-grade uranium and a grapefrui …"

"… use officials said, without providing details. Sources say one of them is Japan, which will announce its intention to return to the United States 330 kilo …"

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"… since 1993. …"

"… natural resources. Over the next five decades, pro-nuclear sentiment led Japan to build the world’s third largest fleet of nuclear reactors. Its offici …"

"… onitoring. The facility is slated for completion in October at Rokkasho on Japan’s northeast coast, kicking off a new phase in the country’s long-term …"

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"… Shimbun, contributed reporting for this article. …"

"… safety upgrades and more inspections by regulators.   ROKKASHO, Japan — Sporting turquoise-striped walls and massive steel cooling towers, the …"

"… t to create special fuel for the country’s future nuclear power plants. Japan’s leaders affirmed last month they intend to proceed with that effort, a …"

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"… ut other informed sources in both countries said the deal was done. …"

"… uranium, the principal building blocks of nuclear arms, to design fuel for Japan’s future breeder reactors, a key to the country’s ambition to increase …"

"… ase its energy independence. But their work will soon be altered, because Japan — after years of resistance — has finally agreed to return its stock o …"

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"… control and proliferation experts — is a seemingly puzzling decision by Japan to ready a new $22 billion plutonium production plant for operation as ear …"

"… tors resembling those canceled in America a generation ago. Critics of the Japanese project worry that its completion in just a few months will create a cr …"

"… ly one in a country without nuclear weapons. The metal is to be burned by Japanese utilities in dozens of fast breeder reactors, so named because they hav …"

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"… nstitute of Physics and Technology, Tatsujiro Suzuki, vice chairman of the Japan Atomic Energy Commission, and Matthew Bunn, professor at Harvard’s Belfe …"

"… 4 countries — including Argentina, Australia, China, France, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, the United Kingdom, t …"

"… increased their stocks of nuclear explosives since 2012, the report noted. Japan and the United Kingdom added to their civilian stocks, while India and Pak …"

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"… tack on offshore shell games. Two multinational groups counting the U.S., Japan and other powerful nations as members led the effort. The Financial Action …"

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"… nt and technologies without a license to 36 U.S. allies, including Turkey, Japan and South Korea, if they are used by those governments. Items deemed not …"

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"… ed quickly into service over Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, the Horn of Africa, Japan and Haiti while still technically under development. The reason is that t …"

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"… obal ICIJ investigation into the rising use of asbestos in Brazil, Mexico, Japan, China, India and other countries. ICIJ revealed that asbestos producing c …"

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"… pled a MOX-burning reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, Edwin Lyman, a physicist at the Union of Concerned Scientists, a group sk …"

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"… efused to approve any U.S. funding for the Russian reactor and fuel plant. Japan and the other Western countries that pledged money to the original effort …"

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"… Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nige …"

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"… ons of dollars worth of netting around an Army golf course at Camp Zama in Japan, helpfully listed as “safety countermeasure” netting. The Senate Arme …"

"… is disbursed in three countries with a large U.S. troop presence — Japan, Korea and Germany. But the spending occurs without much oversight an …"

"… urse netting, which the report said cost $2.9 million, was financed by the Japanese government under an agreement meant to help defray the cost of the U.S. …"

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"… increasingly bellicose pronouncements have set nerves on edge in the U.S., Japan and neighboring South Korea. “I think their very provocative actions an …"

"… e not intended to provoke North Korea, but reassure allies South Korea and Japan. “You know, those exercises are mostly to reassure our allies that they …"

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"… es are pushing for permission to export the commodity to countries such as Japan and South Korea. Exports will lead to more drilling, more damage to roads …"

"… o non-free trade agreement countries such as South Korea, India, China and Japan, where the price of natural gas has reached more than $18 per million Brit …"

"… ment and request permission to export to non-free trade countries, such as Japan, South Korea and India. Even if their requests are approved, they will ha …"

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"… d have punished U.S. allies, including most countries in Europe as well as Japan and South Korea, along with good friends like India and Singapore — with …"

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