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Apr 18, 2017
【#434】U.S., Russia May Adjust Relations While Demonstrating Confrontation
Kenro Nagoshi When U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Russia on April 12, Russia denounced U.S. cruise missile attack on a Syrian government military base as “illegal,” highlighting bilateral confrontation. An earlier expectation that the new U.S. administration led by Donald Trump would take a conciliatory approach on Russia has .... <Read more>
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Apr 12, 2017
【#433(Special)】Stop Opposition for Sake of Opposition to Anti-Terror Bill
Yoshiko Sakurai he Asahi Shimbun newspaper, the Democratic Party and other organizations have taken a firm position against an anti-terror bill required for Japan to accede to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. It is uncertain how U.S. President Donald Trump’s military attack on Syria as well as China’s expansionism, .... <Read more>

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【#432】U.S.-China “Mutual Respect” Is A Matter of Concern
Yasushi Tomiyama At his first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on April 6 and 7, U.S. President Donald Trump voiced his strong discontent with China’s dealing with North Korea and heavy trade surplus with the United States, the biggest bilateral pending issues, demonstrating his tough attitude on China. That’s

【#431】Belated Study of Capabilities to Attack Enemy Bases
Fumio Ota In response to progress in North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile developments, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party recommended the government to study Japan’s possession of capabilities to attack enemy bases on March 30. The recommendation falls short of asking the government to possess such capabilities. Several years