Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Feb 20, 2019
【#573】South Korean Constitution’s Preamble Impedes Friendship with Japan
Chung Dae Kyun The Planning Committee of the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals has asked me to make a comment on the South Korean National Assembly speaker’s call for the Japanese emperor to apologize over the comfort women issue. However, I would like to point out an even more important fact. .... <Read more>
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Feb 14, 2019
【#572】Step up Japan-India Strategic Cooperation
Yoshiko Sakurai In early February, the Japan Institute for National Fundamentals and India’s Vivekananda International Foundation held a workshop titled “India-Japan Partnership in an Uncertain Era” in New Delhi. Before the workshop, the JINF delegation held meetings with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s National .... <Read more>

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【#571(Special)】Trump’s State of Union Address and Japan – Importance of Leadership
Yoichi Shimada When seeing U.S. President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address from Japan, I felt anew that American leadership is important. On foreign policy, Trump first emphasized his determination to end China’s state-sponsored unfair trade practices including the stealing of American intellectual property. Japan has also been affected

【#570】Don’t Leave President Trump to Ease Sanctions on North Korea
Tsutomu Nishioka U.S. President Donald Trump reportedly plans to meet with North Korean Chairman Kim Jong Un in Vietnam in late February. While joking in his Twitter message that he had “fallen in love” with Kim, President Trump has toughened sanctions on North Korea. As the economic sanctions have grown effective, foreign