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New Tokyo law casts doubts on those with foreign stints

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 05:50


PEOPLE who have worked or studied abroad are more likely to give away Japan's state secrets, a government memo reportedly says, as Tokyo prepares to implement a draconian new law punishing leaks.

The Cabinet Intelligence and Research Office, which is charged with supervising

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