Japanese Lawmaker Asked to Resign for Suggesting War While Drunk on Cognac
After 10 glasses of cognac, Hodaka Maruyama also claimed to be "immune from arrest," and said, "I want to go out to grope breasts."
Russia Is Trying to Mend a 60-Year-Old Land Dispute Through Fishing Rights
Something as petty as technically still being at war isn’t stopping the Russian Federation from offering Japan the right to develop fisheries and other forms of aquaculture around the disputed islands.
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Here's Why Japan and Russia Might Sign a Peace Treaty — 70 Years After the War
Japanese nationalists are insisting that Russia must weaken its own nuclear deterrent to make Japan whole again. Russia doesn't quite agree.