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Daniel Sneider

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Associate Director for Research at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University and Co-Director of its Divided Memories and Reconciliation project; former Tokyo correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor (1985-1990)

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Vice President Biden has arrived in Japan today in the midst of that country's dispute over China's declaration of an expanded air defense identification zone.

There's Trouble in the Skies over Asia

Vice President Biden has arrived in Japan today in the midst of that country's dispute over China's declaration of an expanded air defense identification zone.

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In light of Sunday's nuclear test, an unidentified North Korean official announced to the state news agency today, "We hope the situation will be resolved before an unfortunate…

UN Weighs Sanctions against North Korea

In light of Sunday's nuclear test, an unidentified North Korean official announced to the state news agency today, "We hope the situation will be resolved before an unfortunate…

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