This is a barbaric act that tramples upon the dignity of a woman, and we will remember this indignation.
One cannot deny the sway that the Asia-Pacific region holds over the rest of the globe, whether it be economic, political or in the realm of security.
The U.S.'s methods are overly excessive and extremely dangerous; who would want to follow them in taking these risks?
The Department of Defense, the U.S. military's virtual landlord in Japan, should be obligated to at least provide host towns and cities with critical information for evacuation planning.
<i>America is beginning to fulfill President Barack Obama’s promise made on June 4, 2014 in Warsaw that Poland will never stand alone.</i>
The U.S. is planning to establish logistical bases in our part of Europe and will station military equipment for 5,000 troops there. An article in Saturday’s New York Times [Read more]
The subordination of the Japanese government to the U.S. has gotten so extreme that we can no longer contain our outrage.
On Feb. 17, the government discussed plans to relocate a helicopter landing pad, or helipad, alongside the partial return of American northern training grounds. When it came to two helipads in [Read more]
Parts falling from U.S. military aircrafts, scandals related to alcohol involving U.S. military, thoughtless remarks from U.S. military leaders…. Recent activity surrounding the U.S. military base has been abnormal. Injuries and arrests continue one after another, as construction to reclaim land at Henoko in the [Read more]
The [U.S.] response to Okinawa’s sincere request for nuclear-free mainland status, which would greatly reduce U.S. military bases, was one of utter indifference.
Currently, the U.S. is the champion, and maintaining the status quo is to its benefit.