The country would withdraw from the IWC, but only hunt whales in its own territorial waters and exclusive economic zone.
Japan Will Seek to Prevent Foreign Workers Drifting to Cities
Japan Plans to Buy New F-35 Stealth Fighters
Shinzo Abe is the first Japanese PM to pay an official visit to China in 7 years, as they seek to thaw decades old frosty ties.
Abe’s foreign and trade ministers and a 500-strong business delegation will accompany him to Beijing.
China's View of Japan Improves, Though the Feeling's Not Mutual
Ousted Japanese Minister ‘Worried’ as Female Politicians Dwindle
Shinzo Abe kept his economic team including Finance Minister Taro Aso and added several first-time cabinet members in reshuffle.
Japan's Abe Suffers Okinawa Election Defeat Over New U.S. Base
Abe won 553 votes, nearly 70 percent of 810 votes, to defeat his lone rival, former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba.
Abe Set to Win Japan Party Vote, Extending Six-Year Run in Power
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks set for another three-year term as party leader.
Japan's Abe Pledges to Defend Free Trade After Trump Warning
Japanese PM Abe buying U.S. anti-missile system to counter North Korea
Japan's Abe Pushes Fast Constitution Change in Election Pamphlet
Japan’s Abe Seeks Third Term After Fighting Back From Scandal
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said that she was concerned about the expense and disruption of moving clocks forward.
Recent polls show Abe is likely to win third consecutive term.
Japan to resist U.S. efforts to create a bilateral free trade agreement between the two nations.
Japan and the EU are already working together to address President Donald Trump’s protectionist trade policies.
Japan’s record spending on defense is shaping up as a bright spot in bilateral trade for the U.S. president.