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gThe moment politics becomes dull, democracy is in danger.h
Lord Hailsham (British lawyer and politician, 1907-2001)

gWar is too important to be left to the generals.h
Georges Clemenceau (French journalist, statesman, and Premier. 1841-1929)

gPoliticians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even when there is no river.h
Nikita Khrushchev (Soviet Communist leader, 1894-1971)

gWhen you're abroad, you're a statesman; when you're at home, you 're just a politician.h
Sir Harold MacMillan (British statesman and prime minister, 1894-1986)

gWe need to live in a world where we do not define our success by someone else's failure.h
Bill Clinton (Former U.S. President, 1946- )

China vs Japan - It's Not Just a Soccer Game
Gas and Oil Rivalry in the East China Sea

Koizumi: Risky Mission Half Accomplished

Koizumi's Perilous Pyongyang Summit

Sweating Bullets Over New Chinese Train

Japanese Election Could Make a Samurai Flinch
Jul 16, 2004
Accused Deserter a Touchstone for US-Japan Ties

North Korea Train Blast Cannot Drive Nuke Talks

Nov 6, 2004
To His Majesty, the Emperor Akihito of Japan
Nov 17, 2004
Oil Unites China and Taiwan
Oct 26, 2004
Tortuous Tangles Over Japanese Textbook
Sep 9, 2004
On Okinawa, Trouble at Home Base
Sep 1, 2004
Japan Frets About Korean Collaborators Probe
Aug 23, 2004
Oil Price Puts Asia's Recovery at Risk
Aug 11, 2004
Japan Economists Split Over China Cool-down
Dec 16, 2004
Fake Ashes, Very Real North Korean Sanctions
Dec 11, 2004
Japan's Woes Rise With the Yen
Nov 20, 2004
The Case of Kim Jong-il's Missing Portraits
Dec 7, 2004
Jet Fuel Scandal Deals China a Body Blow
Nov 25, 2004
The Convoluted Case of the Coveted Kurils
Aug 6, 2004
Jul 27, 2004