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Apr 19, 2018
【#508】Free World Facing Dangerous World
Hiroshi Yuasa The latest military strike by the United States, Britain and France on Syria may have indicated that the United States, though having been tired of engagement in world affairs, managed to remain a strategic command of the free world. The strike directly deterred Russia that is supporting Syria while indirectly .... <Read more>
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Apr 11, 2018
【#507】Japan Should Take Leadership in Revitalizing WTO
Yujiro Oiwa The United States and China have escalated their trade dispute, filing complaints against each other with the World Trade Organization and increasing the risk of world economy destabilization by shaking stock markets. At a time when the Trump administration’s “America First” foreign policy is adding fuel to .... <Read more>

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【#506】Reviving Confrontation: Japan-U.S.-S. Korea vs. China-N. Korea
Tadae Takubo From April to May, summit talks are expected to take place between Japan and the United States, between North and South Korea, and between the United States and North Korea. Amid conflicting reports, I am not very sure how to sum up the present situation. However, a plausible observation might be that the

【#505(Special)】Japan Should Accomplish Historical Mission to Amend Constitution
Yoshiko Sakurai A question arising from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party’s convention on March 25 was if Japanese politicians, political parties or media have any spirit to protect Japan and its people in the face of a crisis. In his address to the convention, LDP President and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a strong call for amending the constitution.