Chinese J-10 fighter jets pass an air force officer on the tarmac at the Yangcun airbase of the People's Liberation Army Air Force in Tianjin, southeast of Beijing, April 13, 2010. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Sets Sights On Enhanced Air, Sea Power

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Buddhist Monks Care For Quake Victims' Remains

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Rescuers Comb Quake Rubble For Signs Of Life

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Japanese model Anne, daughter of actor Ken Watanabe, appears in a 2007 Chanel show in Tokyo. Anne has carved out a niche for herself writing and speaking about history and history buffs. Toshifumi Kitamura/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Japanese Women, The Past Is The Latest Fad

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Nuclear Security Summit May Bring U.S., China Closer

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Geithner's China Visit May Narrow Currency Difference

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North Korean Economic Crisis Complicates Transition

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In Changing China, Being 'Suicided' Or 'Harmonized'

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China Rejects Currency Calls

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In this 1969 photo, U.S. President Nixon welcomes Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato at the White House when the two leaders were holding talks concerning the return of Okinawa to Japanese control. This week, a Japanese government-appointed panel confirmed the existence of secret U.S.-Japan agreements, including ones signed by Nixon and Sato in 1969 allowing nuclear weapons in Japan. AP hide caption

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Japan Confirms Secret Nuclear Pacts With U.S.

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China Forced To Find Balance Between U.S., Iran

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Lawyer's Trial Renews Rule-Of-Law Concerns In China

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Chinese People's Liberation Army sailors march past Beijing's Tiananmen Square last October during celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Feng Li/Getty Images hide caption

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'Let The West Get Used To A Tough China'

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Japan's New Ruling-Party Off To Troubled Start

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Family Questions Probe Into Chinese Official's Death

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