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Aug 23, 2017
【#461】Make Fact-based Rebuttal over Requisitioned Korean Workers
Tsutomu Nishioka South Korean President Moon Jae In told a press conference on August 17 that Korean workers requisitioned for Mitsubishi and other Japanese companies before the end of World War II still had rights to seek compensation from the companies, reversing Seoul’s official position that all .... <Read more>
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Aug 17, 2017
【#460】Defense Policies’ Deviation from Actual Situation
Fumio Ota The Ministry of Defense has just published a defense white paper for 2017. Having read the annual report, titled Defense of Japan 2017, I sensed a deviation between Part I “Security Environment Surrounding Japan” and Part II “Japan’s Security and Defense Policy and the Japan-U.S. Alliance.”In Part I, Chapter 1 “Overview” says .... <Read more>

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【#459】Asking for Abe’s Determination to Amend Constitution
Hiroshi Yuasa Prime Minister Shinzo Abe launched his third reshuffled cabinet amid very adverse conditions. What I worry about is apparent hesitation in expressing his determination to amend the constitution. After being criticized for his poorresponse to the problem surrounding the Kake Educational Institution’s plan for a new veterinary

【#458(Special)】Terrible Film “Battleship Island” (Part 2 of 2)
Tsutomu Nishioka I have reiterated that South Korean President Moon Jae In and his supporters have the “anti-South Korean masochistic view of history” meaning that pro-Japan Koreans who had cooperated with Japan before and during World War II have transformed themselves into anti-communism, pro-America Koreans and