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Title: Japan also must Possess Nuclear Missiles : What is the most Essential Foreign and Military Policy on Present Japan?
Other Titles: 日本も核ミサイルを保有しなければならない : 現在の日本にとって最も肝要な外交・軍事政策はなにか
Authors: MATSUZAKI, Noboru
松崎, 昇
Issue Date: 28-Oct-2007
Publisher: 上武大学経営情報学部
Citation: 上武大学経営情報学部紀要. 2007, no.30, p.97-107
Jobu Daigaku Keiei Joho Gakubu kiyo (Bulletin of Faculty of Management Information Sciences, Jobu University). 2007, no.30, p.97-107
Abstract: Though Six-Party Talks have intermittently been held in order to solve the problem of nuclear weapons by North Korea since 2003, certainly they will not reach a real resolution, because North Korea never gives up nukes which are the only trump card for itself. Japan is seriously threatened by the neighboring country of North Korea. But, even if the problem is solved effectively in some way or other, the real threat for Japan comes from China. China went nuclear in 1964 when Japan held the Tokyo Olympic Games. It is said that now it directs about 40 something nuclear missiles toward Japan; besides it has doubled military expenditure in the past 19 years, and it interferes with Japan from its politics to its soul. Of course, it must not be good for Japan Precisely, the very country on which nukes were used in the past has a right to have nukes in the present (or at least in the near future), in order never to suffer from them again. In short, in the northern Pacific-rim, which is rich in nuclear weapons, Japan can's help but be frightened of the threat fo them. So Japan also must necessarily go nuclear in order to simply survive.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/11115
ISSN: 0915-5929
NII paper ID: http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110007150638
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