Editorial

Editorial – Take the opportunity

Here in the islands, we see those seeking office everywhere — at parties, funerals, walking or exercising, shopping, waving from the roadside — and at debates and forums. Though candidates should be allowed to deal with the...

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Editorial – Remember the issues at voting

With the recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and the return of the issues to the states and territories, abortion may be a factor with voters in Guam, as it is in the U.S....

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Work is ahead

Welcoming back the Japan market sector to the Mariana Islands will take more than an exceedingly warm welcome from the visitor industries in Guam and Saipan. The challenges are multiple and each of them counts. They lie not only...

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Editorial – Knowledge is power

The Journal typically includes news of which businesses are opening – or in some cases these days re-opening, and this issue is no different. We all feel hopeful and relieved when businesses recharge and re-open. However, we do...

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Editorial – Tough nuts to crack

As our coverage from Japan shows, meaningful resumption of tourism from Japan will be a tough nut to crack. Both Korean residents and Japanese residents are anxious to visit Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, and our...

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