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May 26, 2014      What South Korean President Park Geun-hye should do is to coolly identify the true enemies that threaten her country's survival. Undoubtedly, the enemies are North Korea and Ch...

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May 19, 2014      Chinese joined South Koreans to take advantage of the so-called comfort women problem that has been used as a weapon to defame Japan in such countries as the United States, Can...

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May 12, 2014       China has taken a 19th Century imperialistic approach by unilaterally drawing the so-called nine-dotted line in the South China Sea to plunder island territories from countri...

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May 7, 2014       One year has passed since the Sankei Shimbun proposed an outline of the “national constitution of Japan” (compiled by the panel chaired by Tadae Takubo, Vice President of the Japa...

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April 28, 2014       Japanese mass media noisily discuss whether U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Japan last week was successful or not. But they should put an end to such narrow-sighted app...

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April 21, 2014      I would like U.S. President Barack Obama to behave responsibly as dominant superpower leader during his state visit to Japan this week.      His imminent Asian tour represents ...

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April 14, 2014       On April 11, the Japanese government decided on a basic energy plan as a medium to long-term energy policy guideline at last. The decision had been scheduled for last autumn b...

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April 7, 2014       Chinese President Xi Jingping seems serious. After South Korean President Park Geun-hye initiated a South Korea-China joint history war against Japan by encouraging China to ...

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March 31, 2014       China that pursues ocean hegemony in the western Pacific has grown more likely to make the South China Sea its sanctuary under its nuclear strategy against the United States. ...

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March 24, 2014       The objective of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was "to keep the Russians out, the Americans in and the Germans down," said Hastings L. Ismay, the first NATO secretary...

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