Even after the Trump administration is gone, the aftereffects of what it does will continue for a long time.
The successive accidents and troubles lead to questions about the way the U.S.-Japan alliance should be.
[T]he U.S. isn’t going to retreat and give up its hegemony ... it appears it's set its sights on creating a military alliance of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to contain China.
It displays its power as the strongest, but is not willing to cooperate with other countries. Will the world follow such a country?
President Trump has announced the publication of the “National Security Strategy,” the first for his administration. It is an important document that comprehensively outlines the [Read more]
An elementary school playing field, a place which should be safe, turned out to be dangerous situated next to a U.S. military base; there was an incident in which a window dropped from a U.S. military helicopter. The government needs to deal with the United States with a firm hand.
The Second Futenma Elementary [Read more]
Clearly, North Korea wants to say, “We have the power to attack the American mainland.”
Early on the morning of Nov. 29, North Korea launched a ballistic missile toward the Sea of Japan. The missile flew about 1,000 kilometers (approximately 621 miles), falling within Japan’s Exclusive Economic Zone, west of [Read more]
President Donald Trump came to Japan and held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. At a joint press conference, Trump expressed solidarity with the prime minister, criticizing North Korea’s nuclear testing and missile launches as “a threat … to peace and stability” and looked to strengthen Japan – U.S. [Read more]
What kind of stance will Trump display now? It will have a great influence on the economy and security of the Asia-Pacific region, including India.
The current administration has been shrouded by a fog of suspicion that hasn’t subsided.