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Mar 22, 2019
【#580(Special)】Minority Suppression and Sinocentrism
Yang Haiying The U.S. Department of State released Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2018, in which it analyzed and condemned the Chinese government’s minority suppression policy, citing actual cases. The Chinese government has abducted and detained 800,000 to two million Uighurs and other minorities in internment camps, .... <Read more>
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Mar 20, 2019
【#579】“Maximum Pressure” Should Be Strategy against Pyongyang
Yoichi Shimada he Japanese government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to refrain from jointly submitting to the United Nations Human Rights Council a resolution accusing North Korea for human rights violations along with the European Union this year after continuing to do so for 11 years. .... <Read more>

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【#578(Special)】Fake Economic Growth Surrounded by Great Wall of Debt
Hideo Tamura At the outset on March 5 of an annual session of the National People’s Congress, China’s dummy legislature controlled by the Communist Party, Premier Li Keqiang announced to set a real gross domestic product growth target at 6.0-6.5% for this year. Such target must not be taken at face value. President and

【#577】Approaching Last Chance to Rescue Japanese Abductees
Tsutomu Nishioka After the breakdown of the U.S.-North Korea summit in Hanoi in late February, some in Japan observed that a breakthrough might come on the issue of the North’s abduction of Japanese citizens because North Korea approaches Japan when its relations with the United States are tense. I don’t expect any such