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Jun 19, 2019
【#602(Special)】Japan Should Unequivocally Support Hong Kong Protestors
Tsutomu Nishioka Massive protest demonstrations came in Hong Kong against a measure to put the autonomous region under the Chinese Communist Party’s suppressive regime. As the extradition bill pursued by the Hong Kong government is expected to lead pro-freedom Hong Kong citizens to be extradited to mainland China, more than .... <Read more>
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Jun 19, 2019
【#601】Don’t Allow Anyone to Benefit from U.S.-Iran Confrontation
Hiroshi Yuasa Who attacked two oil tankers including a Japanese ship near the Strait of Hormuz? The United States has held Iran responsible, while Iran has denied its involvement. The attacks came during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Iran visit and might have been conducted by some force attempting to disrupt Japan’s .... <Read more>

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【#600(Special)】Why Not Condemn China’s Defense Minister?
Fumio Ota On June 6, the Japanese House of Representatives passed a resolution condemning Hodaka Maruyama, its member expelled from the Japan Innovation Party, for his remark suggesting a war for winning back the Northern Territories from Russia. In fact, Japan without nuclear weapons has little chance to win back

【#599】Trump’s North Korean Policy Worthy of High Ratings
Tsutomu Nishioka June 12 marks the first anniversary of the unprecedented U.S.-North Korea summit. While the results of the summit came under fire from various quarters at the time, I gave positive assessment to the United States’ policy of refraining from making any easy concession. I think that my assessment has