July 19, 2014

Why Japan Is No Threat

Fontaine & Hornung, Japan Times

The Associated Press

Nearly 70 years after the end of World War II, the danger to Asia does not stem from Japanese militarism. On the contrary, a more robust Japanese military posture will serve not as a problem, but as part of a solution.

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