The Prime Minister addressed security matters and indicated that Japan was going to play its part in ensuring a “free and open Indo-Pacific.”
Evolving threats, such as hypersonic missiles that are difficult to detect, are prompting Japan to consider using UAVs for first alert in its national defense.
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Some may say it’s unthinkable that the United States would not fight to defend the Senkakus. Perhaps it would have been impossible until now.
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Japan’s acceptance of U.S. missiles against China would realistically pave the way for U.S.-China disarmament talks.
Japan urgently needs to plan for “gray zone” situations, where there’s no armed attack against Japan but Taiwan’s crisis spills over.
In a reversal of the pressure from Washington that ended the early 20th Century Anglo-Japan alliance, there is now a growing trilateral U.S.A.ーJapanーU.K. for closer and...
Japan seems to be missing the perspective that an increase in the number of expert trainers is necessary to systematically cultivate human resources in cybersecurity.
Japanese agencies are becoming proactive in preparing to defend the Senkaku Islands, as China’s provocations increase in frequency and Chinese government vessels chase Japanese fishermen there.
Even China’s official English language newspaper, The People’s Daily, recognized the Senkaku Islands as Japanese territory — until oil reserves were discovered in the 1970s.