The Japanese word “tsunami” translates to “ wave in the harbor. The name derives from the experience of fishermen, who would only discover the terrible destruction these waves can cause when they returned from sea to their supposedly secure harbors. Tsunamis are generated by the rapid dislocation of large quantities of water by the displacement of the seafloor.
The United States and China have agreed that neither country will conduct economic espionage in cyberspace in a deal that addresses a major source of tension in the bilateral relationship.
The pact also calls for a process aimed at helping to ensure compliance.
The agreement, reached in talks Thursday and Friday between President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, has the potential — if it is upheld — to alleviate one of the most significant threats to U.S.
By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security
This past Sunday, The New York Times reported that the Obama administration issued a warning to China stating that Beijing must remove all undercover agents from the U.S. who are chasing Chinese officials charged with corruption.
TOKYO (AP) — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe acknowledged Friday that Japan inflicted “immeasurable damage and suffering” on innocent people in World War II, but stopped short of offering his own apology and said future generations of Japanese should not have to make them either.
In a widely anticipated statement marking the 70th anniversary of his country’s surrender, he said instead that Japan’s repeated past “heartfelt apologies” would remain unshakeable in the future.