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  1. 2018/11/13 00:42:02 NHK - 1含むアンテナおとなりページ

    1. Pence arrives in Japan on Asian tour
    US Vice President Mike Pence has arrived in Japan, the first stop on his 4-nation tour of Asia.
    He arrived at the US Yokota Air Base in western Tokyo on Monday evening.
    Pence will meet Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday, after which they will hold a joint news conference.
    They are expected to discuss the current status of talks on North Korea's denuclearization, which are said to be making slow progress.
    They are also expected to exchange views on bilateral trade talks due to begin in January next year.
    Before beginning his tour, Pence wrote an article for the Washington Post. It said the trade deal with Japan will put American workers first. Attention is focused on to what extent Pence and Abe will discuss the issue.
    Pence will deliver a speech on the Indo-Pacific region at an APEC conference in Papua New Guinea on Saturday.
    The US administration is increasingly concerned about China strengthening its influence in the region through a range of infrastructure-building projects.

  2. 2018/11/12 23:15:56 NHK - 2含むアンテナおとなりページ

    2. RCEP ministers begin talks
    Ministers from Asia-Pacific countries have begun the latest round of talks in Singapore to hammer out a free trade pact. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership or RCEP would cover half of the global population. The ministers will focus on reaching what they call a "substantial conclusion."
    The negotiations involve 16 member countries that include Japan, China, India and ASEAN members.
    The talks began 5 years ago and now focus on 18 categories of trade. They include rules on intellectual properties and what items should be tariff free.
    China is eager to spearhead free trade in the region, as a counterweight to the Trump administration's levies on Chinese goods. But India is reluctant to lower protective tariffs on its industries.
    Ministerial talks come first, then a leaders' summit on Wednesday.

  3. 2018/11/12 21:46:59 NHK含むアンテナおとなりページ

    Nov. 12, 2018 - Updated 12:27 UTC
    1. Pence arrives in Japan on Asian tour
    2. RCEP ministers begin talks
    3. 8 killed in fresh violence on Gaza Strip
    4. Pompeo holds phone talks with Saudi Crown Prince
    5. US fighter jet crashes in waters off Okinawa
    6. Poll shows split on immigration bill
    7. Softbank's cell phone unit to go public next month
    8. Kilogram prototype shown to media ahead of change
    9. Popular panda starts on road to independence

  4. 2018/11/12 21:18:51 山陽バス含むアンテナおとなりページ

    2018-11-12
    第16回 山陽バス「かに祭」を開催しま

  5. 2018/11/12 16:38:27 NHK - 3含むアンテナおとなりページ

    3. Lawyers for wartime laborers visit Japan
    A Japanese firm ordered to pay compensation to 4 South Korean men for wartime labor is refusing to meet with the plaintiffs' lawyers.
    On Monday, the lawyers visited Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal's head office in Tokyo. The lawyers said they planned to urge the firm to abide by the ruling, adding security told them the firm cannot meet them.
    Lim Jae-Seong, plaintiffs' lawyer said, "The 4 plaintiffs suffered due to the labor and made huge sacrifices. The company should meet us to receive our request. Is that so difficult?"
    Last month, South Korea's Supreme Court ordered the company to pay 88,000 dollars each to the 4 men. The plaintiffs said they were forced to work at steel mills in Japan during World War Two.
    The lawyers said the refusal convinced them that the firm has no intention to talk, and that they have no choice but to start procedures to seize the company's assets in South Korea.
    The lawyers also said they will send a written request for compensation and an apology to the victims.
    The steelmaker has so far indicated that its response will be dictated by bilateral talks between Japan and South Korea.
    Since the ruling the Japanese government has been in contact with the steelmaker and other Japanese firms that face similar lawsuits.
    Yoshihide Suga, Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary, said, "We demand the South Korean government immediately corrects the situation, which violates international law. We will watch for how South Korea responds."
    The Japanese government maintains the issue of the right to compensation claims was settled when bilateral relations were normalized in 1965.
    It says instead Seoul accepted economic assistance worth 500 million dollars.

  6. 2018/11/12 10:46:47 田中宇の国際ニュース解説含むアンテナおとなりページ

    サウジを対米自立させるカショギ殺害事件
    2018年11月11日トランプ就任後、米国サウジ戦略は、カタール制裁、ハリリ監禁サウジイスラエルを接近させることなど、MbSに稚拙イラン敵視策をやらせて失敗させることを繰り返している。ムスリム同胞団系のカショギをサウジ殺害させた今回の事件(米諜報界が了承・黙認しないとサウジ殺害しなかった)も、同胞団系とイラン連帯していることを考えると、同じ方向の事件だ。トランプとMbSは、まだ表向き仲が良いが、トランプの言うとおりにやっていると失敗の連続なので、MbSはしだいに米国の言うことを聞かなくなっている。
    2018年3月25日トランプはかつて自ら出演するテレビドラマシナリオ立案をやっていた。大統領になってからも、自身の役どころも含め、政治駆け引きシナリオ立案をして、ドラマ仕立てで展開している。役者として見ると「濡れ衣戦争ボルトン」は興味深い存在だ。ボルトンを使ってイランとの中東大戦争を勃発寸前まで煽った後、イスラエルサウジがうまく和解できないとか、イスラエルシリアでの戦争を尻込みするといった行き詰まりを経て、イランイスラエルとの兵力引き離しをロシアプーチンに丸投げするなど、大方の予想と全く違う展開になりそうだ。トランプはこの手法で、すでに米朝会談を決めている-◆米銀行間の信用不安

  7. 2018/09/28 20:42:44 授業実践記録(英語) 啓林館含むアンテナおとなりページ

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    4技能統合英文法指導法PPP( Pattern Practice Pairwork )の実践とその効果について
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