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Nov 19, 2020
【#738】Japan Should Adopt “Three Warfares” Concept to Defend Senkakus
Takashi Arimoto China Coast Guard ships have frequently intruded into waters near the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture, exposing the Japanese islands to dangers. There is a country from which Japan should learn how to secure its effective control of the Senkakus. That is none other than China. The Chinese Communist Party .... <Read more>
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Nov 11, 2020
【#737(Special)】Proposing Strategic Cooperation with Biden in Green Initiatives
Masahiko Hosokawa Joe Biden has secured victory in the U.S. presidential election. One of the keys to considering Japan’s strategy for relations with the United States under a Biden administration will be the environment issue. Biden has come up with a policy of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, making the battle .... <Read more>

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【#736】U.S. and Chinese Political Chaos: A Trial for Japan
Akio Yaita On November 7, former U.S. Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden declared his victory in the presidential election. While the United States is likely to remain plagued with court battle with President Donald Trump who has complained about “fraudulent” vote-counting, China’s President Xi

【#735(Special)】Nuclear Power Required for Achieving Decarbonization by 2050
Tadashi Narabayashi In his keynote policy address on October 26, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga declared that his government would aim at realizing net-zero CO2 emissions, or a decarbonized society, by 2050. No opposition party can rebut the basic policy. Suga also vowed to promote a nuclear energy policy while giving top