Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Feb 23, 2017
【#422】Concerns and Hopes Mixed at Japan-U.S.-India Talks
Yasushi Tomiyama I and three other delegates of the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals visited New Delhi on February 16 and 17 for bilateral dialogue with the Indian think tank Vivekananda International Foundation and Japan-India-U.S. trilateral dialogue involving scholars from the Hudson Institute. Naturally, the major preoccup .... <Read more>
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Feb 14, 2017
【#421】Abe Approaches Key U.S. Officials to Persuade Trump
Yasushi Tomiyama The first official meetings between Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. President Donald Trump on February 10 and 11 made the greatest achievements that can be expected at present. Although Trump had repeated remarks downgrading the Japan-U.S. alliance, Abe got Trump’s .... <Read more>

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【#420】Predicting U.S. Strategy Based on Advisers to Defense Secretary
Fumio Ota The U.S. Trump administration’s Defense Secretary James Mattis made his first visit to Japan, holding talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Defense Minister Tomomi Inada. Mattis reaffirmed the significance of the Japan-U.S. alliance and committed that the Senkaku Islands, which

【#419】Japan Should Accept Responsibility Sharing with U.S.
Hiroshi Yuasa How will the Japan-U.S. alliance survive under the unpredictable Trump administration? New U.S. President Donald Trump in his inaugural address said, “We will reinforce old alliances.” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has positioned the Japan-U.S. alliance as a “permanent alliance.” But President Trump has buried the Trans