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Globe Trot 12.03

By Mindy Belz
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International | A Japanese tunnel collapse on Sunday killed nine and trapped many motorists. A Midwest perspective on the Middle East—and other challenges President…

Water wars

By Jordan Lee
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Asia | A dispute over a small island chain in the East China Sea threatens Pacific ties

Globe Trot 09.17

By Mindy Belz
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International | So much for Washington’s foreign policy pivot from the Middle East to Asia. The Obama administration is working itself into a bigger and bigger twist. On…

'Still suffering'

'Still suffering'

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Japan | As political upheaval ousts Prime Minister Naoto Kan, personal upheaval still overwhelms tsunami survivors

A grief observed

A grief observed

By Jamie Dean
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Japan | Japan's code of honor makes counting the dead and aiding the living easier and more difficult

Timid Tepco

Timid Tepco

By Paul Glader
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Japan | Critics blame Tokyo utility's 'intellectual arrogance' and slow response that compounded a catastrophic natural disaster

Fukushima famine

Fukushima famine

By Jamie Dean
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Japan | Three-day shifts, scant meals, and a liter-and-a-half of daily water: Stress is taking its toll on workers in compromised nuclear site

Higher ground

Higher ground

By Jamie Dean
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Japan | Perhaps the best-prepared nation on earth, Japan struggles to deliver on relief to quake survivors-up to half a million displaced-and faith-based groups are…

Infertile ground

Infertile ground

By Russell Board
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Japan | Prosperity can't compensate for population loss

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