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Yuriko Koike

is a Japanese politician, who was the Minister of Defense in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but resigned August 27, 2007 after only 54 days in office. She is a member of the House of Representatives of Japan for Tokyo's 10th district. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Flight crisis in Japan! Tourism is booming but airlines struggle to meet ...
2014-06-27
Japanese MP Yuriko Koike, who is working on policies to encourage an increase in birth rates in the country, said the issue is at crisis level. 'We already know that the number of pilots is in crisis,' Koike is quoted to have said in the Telegraph ...
(Daily Mail)
  1. Ageing Japan suffers pilot shortage, flight cancellations

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Why Changing Japan's Pacifist Constitution Will Promote Peace in Asia
2014-05-27
In the past week, Abe created for himself considerably more political space to act as a strategic partner, not only to India, but also to Japan's other allies, particularly the United States. Quietly, a panel appointed by Abe's government this week ...
(Huffington Post)
  1. Yuriko Koike | Tipping points to Asia's future
  2. China should accept India and Japan playing a bigger role in Asian security

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Perilous road to Slovyansk
2014-04-25
The Ukraine crisis has demonstrated that one person alone can endanger world peace. But that one person might not be Russian President Vladimir Putin, who in reality only leads a large regional power that, owing to his authoritarian rule and muddled ...
(The Japan Times)
  1. US must demonstrate that word is its bond

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Rosja straci Wyspy Kurylskie?
2014-04-04
Yuriko Koike, była japońska minister obrony, zasugerowała przeprowadzenie referendum na wyspie Iturup, należącej do archipelagu Kurylów. 60 procent jej mieszkańców to Ukraińcy. - Czy Władimir Putin z taką samą łatwością uznałby jego wyniki, jak na ...
(Niezalezna.pl)
  1. Rosja zaatakowana własną bronią. Japonia sugeruje referendum
  2. Minister do Rosji: Na Kurylach są Ukraińcy. Zróbcie referendum

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Buvusi Japonijos gynybos ministrė Vladimirui Putinui: „O jeigu surengtume ...
2014-04-03
Buvusi Japonijos gynybos ministrė Yuriko Koike Maskvos veiksmus Kryme įvertino kaip „banditinius“ ir daro prielaidą, kad Rusija grįžta prie beprotiškų imperinių ambicijų, skelbia newsru.com. Yuriko Koike. AFP/„Scanpix“ nuotr. / Yuriko Koike. Ji sako ...
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  1. Japonijos politikė: o jeigu mes surengtume Kurilų referendumą?

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Tokyo funds matchmaking parties to boost birth rate
2014-03-20
A key pioneer of practical ways to boost the birth rate is Yuriko Koike, a policy maker and former cabinet minister with the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), who also heads a LDP panel that promotes spouse-hunting events and singles parties known ...
(Telegraph.co.uk)
  1. Abe funds matchmaking to ease welfare bill

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Tokyo funds matchmaking parties to boost birth rate
2014-03-20
A key pioneer of practical ways to boost the birth rate is Yuriko Koike, a policy maker and former cabinet minister with the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), who also heads a LDP panel that promotes spouse-hunting events and singles parties known ...
(Telegraph.co.uk)
  1. Japan plays Cupid in bid to boost birthrate

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Graying Japan funds matchmakers to boost birth rate
2014-03-20
Policy makers including Yuriko Koike of Abe's ruling party say more sustained efforts are needed to lift the fertility rate, which was 1.41 per woman in 2012. Supporting marriage is an effective way to raise the birthrate, said Koike, who has served as ...
(New Haven Register)

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    Abe courting equality or estrangement in quest
    2014-03-02
    Those whom the gods would destroy, they grant their wishes. Will that bit of ancient wisdom now hold for the United States and Japan? For a half-century, the U.S., which wrote Japan's postwar “peace” constitution, has pressed the Japanese to play a ...
    (The Japan Times)

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