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Mar 14, 2018
【#502(Special)】U.S. Import Restrictions Benefitting China
Yujiro Oiwa On March 8, U.S. President Donald Trump signed orders to restrict steel and aluminum imports. On the same day, 11 countries excluding the United States signed a new pact to put their Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement into effect within this year. Any selfish action by a superpower that should take leadership for the .... <Read more>
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Mar 14, 2018
【#501】Don’t Be Fooled by North Korea
Tsutomu Nishioka Since North Korea successfully conducted its sixth nuclear test last September, I have predicted dictator Kim Jong Un would “accept substantial negotiations to save his own life” (Speaking Out #465, September 4, 2017) as U.S. military pressure and economic sanctions under United Nations Security Council .... <Read more>

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【#500(Special)】China’s “6 Belts, 3 Roads” Initiative
Fumio Ota Former Japanese Generals and Admiral participated in a BS Fuji TV program on the modernization of Chinese military on March 1. It was appropriate for the former Grand Self Defense Force General to make supplemental remarks that China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative illustrated on a map in the TV program

【#499】Anachronistic Constitutional Amendment in China
Akio Yaita Yuan Shikai, who assumed the presidency of the Republic of China in October 1913, began to hope to become an emperor to enhance his power. As he leaked his hope to aides, state-run media immediately launched a public campaign that China should have an emperor. Petitioners from throughout China poured into