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Jun 29, 2016
【#384】Unshared European Integration Philosophy
Norihide Miyoshi Ahead of the British national referendum, all other EU member countries had hoped to see Britain remaining in the European Union. It is not exaggeration to say that Britain’s vote to leave the EU was a seismic event for continental Europe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a statement regretted British voters’ decision, .... <Read more>
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Jun 29, 2016
【#383】What We Should Learn from Brexit
Yasuo Naito Voters supporting Britain’s leave from the European Union won in a national referendum on June 23. The result came as a great shock to the world, triggering a global stock market decline and sharp foreign exchange rate changes including the British pound’s plunge. Some observers predict the Brexit will lead to .... <Read more>

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【#382】Chinese War Ship’s Intrusion as Seen from International Law
Seiji Kurosawa On June 15, a Chinese war ship passed through Japanese territorial waters around Kuchinoerabu Island in Kagoshima Prefecture. The Chinese Navy’s Dongdiao-class electronic reconnaissance ship sailed through the Tokara Straits covered with Japanese territorial waters toward southeast. A Japanese P-3C maritime patrol

【#381】Don’t Allow Chinese War Ships’ Intrusion into Senkakus
Fumio Ota A frigate of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy intruded into the contiguous zone (up to 12 nautical miles beyond territorial waters) around the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea on the early morning of June 9 after three Russian naval ships intruded there. In the law on territorial waters and contiguous