The successive accidents and troubles lead to questions about the way the U.S.-Japan alliance should be.
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]
Trump’s new strategy is a continuation and elevation of Obama’s policy of valuing India and dismissing Pakistan.
Trump certainly does not want to abandon a U.S. alliance with Japan.
Chinese people fight with a determination far greater than that of the U.S. Our ability to sustain the losses associated with war also far exceeds America’s.
Today, the greatest risk of military clashes in the South China Sea is brought by the United States.
On May 27, U.S. Secretary of Defense Carter delivered yet another aggressive and strongly worded speech against China. He claimed China is “erect[ing] a Great Wall of self-isolation,” and is undertaking “expansive and unprecedented actions in the South China Sea.” He expressed that the Pentagon will station all [Read more]