Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
Sep 26, 2014
Time to hit back at international aspersions over ‘comfort women’
JINF “The Japanese military forcibly rounded up 200,000 Korean women and girls and forced them to become sex slaves.” This fabricated story has become widely believed in the international community. .... <Read more>
Speaking Out
Sep 25, 2014
【#265】Japan’s Role to Strike Weaknesses of PLA Navy
Fumio Ota On September 19, I learned from a presentation by Dr. Toshi Yoshihara, professor of the U.S. Naval War College. Titled “Japan’s Future Role in Maritime Asia,” the speech concluded that Japan’s effective competitive strategy against the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy’s maritime expansion is to contain PLA Naval units within the so-called .... <Read more>

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【#264】What I Felt in Washington
Yoichi Shimada As a member of a delegation of the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals, I met with U.S. scholars and congressional officials during a week-long visit to Washington before returning home on September 14. I felt the dynamism of U.S. politics when I talked with sources close to 43-year old Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) who is known for his call for the U.S.

【#263】Battle against Islamic State Could Become Turning Point for Obama Foreign Policy?
Yasushi Tomiyama Signs of changes in the U.S. inward-looking mood are seen now that two American journalists have been killed by the radical Islamic State militant group that has taken control of northwestern Iraq and northeastern Syria. We must closely watch whether the Obama administration’s battle against the militant group could turn around