Japan has a law against the crime of instigating foreign aggression against Japan. Denny Tamaki should take note before inviting foreign meddling in Okinawa.
Appearing as an NGO at the UN Human Rights Council, Denny Tamaki forgot his duty to Okinawans and Japan and invited intervention in the prefecture.
Denny Tamaki castigates Japan and the US military before the UN Human Rights Council. That's not the action of a governor who wants to protect his...
Okinawa Governor Denny Tamaki is duty-bound to drop his opposition to the transfer of the US military bases from Futenma to Henoko.
With this Supreme Court ruling, Tamaki should promptly fulfill his legal duty to approve the government's design change for the Okinawa Henoko air base site.
Denny Tamaki's not listening to Okinawans, most of whom feel a sense of crisis about Chinese incursions into waters near the Senkaku Islands.
Japan seeks to be defense-ready in case attacked by another country. It's bizarre for Governor Tamaki to say this preparedness causes Okinawa residents anxiety.
The governor's proposed Okinawa diplomacy office sends to foreign governments signals that conflict with national policies and damage the national interest.
Masako Ganaha has earned the nickname "Joan of Arc" for her unwavering defense of Okinawa's interests, even confronting seasoned politicians for her cause.
Denny Tamaki should be protecting lives and properties in his prefecture. Yet he disdains the national government’s efforts to do just that.
"I'm half-Japanese and so is the Governor. I want Okinawa to be a place where children from such a background can also smile." ーRyuichi Sunagawa
Do we want Okinawa to go the way of Ukraine? China will see the opportunity when Japan and the US weaken their defense measures.