Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Jul 24, 2014
【#256】Don’t Tolerate China’s Control on International Finance
Hiroshi Yuasa Five major emerging countries have launched an initiative to counter the Bretton Woods system representing the postwar international financial order. Driving the initiative has been China that pursues the dream of developing into a Chinese empire. The five – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, .... <Read more>
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Jul 17, 2014
【#255】Analyzing Asian International Order
Tadae Takubo It is difficult to analyze the international situation in which political, military, economic and other factors are intertwined with short-, medium- and long-term time elements. On July 3, Chinese President Xi Jingping became the first Chinese president to visit South Korea before North Korea. .... <Read more>

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【#254】JINF Launches Japan Study Award to Deepen Understanding of Japan
Yoshiko Sakurai It may be needless to say that I love Japan. I really feel that values nurtured by our ancestors are precious.When reviewing Japan’s history, I feel that Japanese have lived with nature and featured moderate cultures and civilizations, and fine-tuned sensitivity to humans.

【#253】Approaching Japan Hands in U.S. on Comfort Women Issue
Yoichi Shimada On June 25, 122 South Koreans, including women who had worked at brothels for U.S. troops in South Korea, filed a damages suit against their government, complaining that these women had been forced to mate with U.S. troops under strict control by the South Korean government.