Defending Japan: Foreign-born media watchdogs

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Have the foreign media got it in for Japan? Do they unduly focus on, and sensationalize, Fukushima radiation leaks, alleged racial intolerance and the self-aggrandizing policy pronouncements of the reborn Liberal Democratic Party? Worse still, are non-Japanese journalists prejudicing perceptions of Japan in the wider world, further eroding the nation's global significance?

Though right-wing Japanese apologists have long identified, in the words of Michael Cucek, research associate with the MIT Center for International Studies, "the existence of an international cabal of anti-Japanese media types," some ardent foreign-born Japan residents are also defending their adopted home from "Japan-hating" media.
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