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Jan 21, 2021
【#757】Behind Demotion of NK Dictator’s Sister
Tsutomu Nishioka In the North Korean capital of Pyongyang, the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea convened its eighth congress January 5 through 12. WPK Chairman Kim Jong Un read the party’s activity report over the first three days, emphasizing the completion of a “national nuclear force” as his achievement and declaring further .... <Read more>
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Jan 21, 2021
【#756】“Free and Open Indo-Pacific” Should Be Maintained
Yasushi Tomiyama Ahead of U.S. President Joseph Biden’s inauguration on January 20, former Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell was named to take the new post of coordinator for Indo-Pacific affairs at the National Security Council of the White House. I want Campbell, one of few Asia hands in the Biden administration, to make .... <Read more>

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【#755】Japan Should Fight for Victory of Free World
Yoshiko Sakurai The world witnesses turbulent events. In the year that opened with deviant behaviors in the United States and China, the international community faces an extraordinary crisis. The essence of the crisis is a danger of the world being swallowed by expanding China.

【#754】Unjust South Korean Court Ruling on Comfort Women
Tsutomu Nishioka Another awful court ruling has come in South Korea. On January 8, the Seoul District Court ordered Japan to pay 100 million won (about $90,000) to each of 12 former comfort women for pain and suffering. International law provides for the principle of sovereign immunity, which