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Sep 24, 2020
【#721(Special)】Suga Should Not Invite Xi as State Guest
Hiroshi Yuasa While new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has many things to do, what he should not do is to invite Chinese President Xi Jinping to visit Japan as a state guest. Annoyed with a looming U.S.-led network to isolate China, Beijing is wooing naive U.S. allies in a bid to separate them from the United States. While .... <Read more>
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Sep 24, 2020
【#720】New Prime Minister Suga Lacks National Vision
Tadae Takubo New Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has got a good start as his commonplace words of “working for the people” and “implementing policies speedily” have become popular, even with Suga-related products being launched. Frankly, however, I am concerned that Suga, as well as Shigeru Ishiba and Fumio Kishida .... <Read more>

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【#719(Special)】China Is a National Security Threat
Kiyofumi Iwata While expanding its hegemony under the slogan of “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” China has repeated joint naval and air force exercises in the western Pacific in an attempt to expel U.S. forces from the region in the future. As of now, we cannot but to depend on U.S. nuclear deterrent, mostly strategic nuclear

【#718】Here Emerged Anti-Nuke, Pro-Communist Opposition Party
Shohei Umezawa In a major realignment of Japan’s opposition camp, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDPJ) has joined with most of National Democratic Party (NDP) members and independent lawmakers into a large opposition party that retains the name of CDPJ. The new party is nothing more than a rehash of the