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Japan’s security environment is harsher than NATO’s and the menace is not limited to Russia. Spending more than 2% of GDP is critical for national security.
Japan’s defense upgrades “will be pushed in the service of regional interests” explains Dr. Philip Shetler-Jones of the London-based Council on Geostrategy.
The only parties opposing bolstering of Japan’s defense capability are China, North Korea, and Russia, that treat international law with undisguised contempt.
The Chinese Communist Party has spent decades inciting anti-Japan sentiment, and rumors indicate this will be its new banner of righteousness to take Taiwan.
The Bank of Japan is considering digital currency to keep pace with the United States and respond to China's pursuit of controlling the digital global standard.
North Korea launched 6 missiles days after taking over as chair of the UN Conference on Disarmament, highlighting the threat it poses and the UN’s dysfunction.
At 99 years old, Dr. Kissinger may still be clear-headed, but China has changed and its growing coercion of Taiwan threatens East Asia’s peace and stability.
UNSC’s role is to maintain peace and security in the international community, yet China and Russia vetoed its resolution to strengthen sanctions on North Korea.
Member countries should also reflect on why they reelected Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who is criticized for being under China’s influence.
How is Japan preparing to deter the aggression of this distinctly strong anti-Western alliance?
Japan and the US should agree to increase economic and military pressure on Pyongyang to promote comprehensive solutions to outstanding issues.