Japan Institute for National Fundamentals
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Recent Activites

 The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF) organized a Japan-U.S.-Taiwan Trilateral Dialogue on 21 December with think-tank researchers from Taiwan and U.S.  Dr. Yen-Hung Lin and Dr. Mich...

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 The Japan Times carried an editor’s note in its November 30th issue to inform readers of a change over terms used to refer to wartime Korean workers in Japan.  The editor’s note says: In the past, T...

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 The annual 11th symposium for members of Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF), organized by JINF, was held on 23 November 2018 at the Hotel New Ohtani in Tokyo.  The symposium title was ...

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[Our Proposal] What is wrongly referred to as “requisitioned” and or “compulsorily recruited” laborers (from the Korean Peninsula in the wartime past) should be correctly called “wartime Korean work...

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The Japan Institute for National Fundamentals placed an advocacy ad on the issue of China’s human rights abuses of Xinjiang Uyghur in two Japanese national dailies, Yomiuri Shimbun and Sankei Shimbun...

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An analytical article written by Yasushi Tomiyama, a Planning Committee member and a senior fellow of the JINF, was published on August 1 in the inaugural issue of the National Security, a new, policy...

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JINF (Japan Institute for National Fundamentals) has decided the Fifth Kokkiken Japan Study Awardees as follows: The Japan Study Award: Robert Morton, Professor at Chuo University The Japan Study Sp...

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A comment regarding President Trump foreign policy by Dr. Ota, a member of planning committee and senior fellow of JINF, was quoted in the article on the Wall Street Journal, 13th June. To read the a...

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     The 10th anniversary symposium for Japan Institute for National Fundamentals (JINF) was held on 17 May 2018 at the IINO Hall in Tokyo Uchisaiwai-cho. The symposium titled “New Global Challenges a...

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Singapore: USA President Trump: “Are you ready to denuclearize?” North Korea Leader Kim: “Yes, but it will take many years; let’s begin discussions soon.” President Trump: “Good-bye.”      Many ...

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