Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Jan 16, 2019
【#566】Rebuttal against President Moon
Tsutomu Nishioka South Korean President Moon Jae In in his New Year press conference on January 10 made a remark that cannot be shrugged off about wartime Korean workers in Japan. I take this opportunity to rebut against the remark. President Moon said: “Problems that the treaty (the 1965 Treaty on Basic .... <Read more>
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Jan 10, 2019
【#565】Fill This Year with Good Chances for Japan
Yoshiko Sakurai Japan could fill this year with good chances depending on its own preparedness. Instead of being plagued with urgent problems that put Japan’s fundamentals into question, we can fill the year with good chances by tackling these problems dauntlessly. I strongly feel that Japan should determine its fate on its .... <Read more>

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【#564】2018 World Characterized by Offensive America and Defensive China
Tadae Takubo Looking back international developments in the past year, the most significant movement affecting Japan’s fate might be that predictors of future U.S.-China relations have finally become available. My frank assessment is that the United States has further reinforced its “America First” policy while China, shocked

【#563】Crucial Stage Coming for Rescuing Japanese Abductees
Tsutomu Nishioka A climactic battle is coming for rescuing Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea. In the first ever U.S.-North Korea summit in June, U.S. President Donald Trump urged North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to address the abduction issue. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has repeatedly said that he would meet