Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Recent Activites

    On January 21,2016, Ms.Yoshiko Sakurai,President of the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals(JINF) and Mr,Tsutomu Nishioka,Planning Committee Member, handed over policy recommendation entitle...

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     Yasushi Tomiyama, Planning Committee Member and Senior Fellow of the JINF, made a lecture titled, “Japan-India Partnership Based on History of Human Interaction,” at a symposium held in New Delhi...

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     Japan Institute For National Fundamentals (JINF) held the Japan, US, India& China International Symposium at the Yomiuri Otemachi Hall, Tokyo, on December 25, 2014.      Taking part in the sym...

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   The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF) held the second Terada Mari Japan Study Award presentation ceremony on July 7 at the Nippon Press Center in Tokyo. Associate Professor Edward Ma...

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“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. ...

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   The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF) held the first Terada Mari Japan Study Award presentation ceremony on July 8 at the Nippon Press Center in Tokyo. Professor Kevin Doak of George...

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Oct 07, 2013 (Mon)

Our Stance on Aso Remark

      A recent remark on Nazi Germany by Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso has come under fire in media. Aso, who doubles as finance minister, made the remark as a panelist at a monthly workshop entitled...

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        “Now I know how the Asahi Shimbun goes about twisting things.” This was my frank impression to how a statement by Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso was recently reported by the influential daily....

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   The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF) and the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF) of India made public a joint study report entitled “Framework for Indo-Japane...

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 The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals placed an advocacy ad on the Yasukuni issue in four newspapers-- Sankei, Nikkei, Yomiuri, and Asahi--from May 9 to 14. The following is a translation of ...

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