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Best friends


Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, left, speaks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo on Tuesday. Bishop said the new Australian government intends to keep Japan as its “best friend” in Asia. See story here.

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Australian government intends to keep Japan as its “best friend”

Sounds like something a 7 year old would say.

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Just best in Asia ? Why mention it if not the best ?

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Best friend does not sue and embarass other! Julie Bishop may be one of the best for foreign affair. However her words are sugar coated and lacks the sustances and sincerity.

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And China is the best friend economically.

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Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

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A female politician with a meaningful post and political clout. I wonder how long it will be before Japan has a female foreign minister?!

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Politicians will say anything to any one to gain votes and favor. As for woman in the cabinet, she is the ONLY ONE, where as the last government had more.

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Best friend? Get a new translator please.

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