Category: Japan

Robert Hunziker: Fukushima Darkness

The radiation effects of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant triple meltdowns are felt worldwide

Lisa Torio: Protests oppose Japan move to remilitarize

“Getting rid of discrimination, poverty and oppression, isn’t that the way to stop terrorism?”

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Walden Bello: Will Japan Stand in Splendid Isolation?

Shinzo Abe’s on a road trip to define Japan’s new identity in an era of Trump and Duterte

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Rory Fanning: The Antiwar Tour

Two American veterans journeyed to Japan to apologize for US war crimes. They found a growing grassroots antiwar movement

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Richard Falk: Why Okinawa Should Matter

When we raise questions about the future of Okinawa, we come face to face with the role and responsibility of global civil society

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Conn Hallinan: Dangerous Seas: China & The U.S.

Simple demographics are shifting the balance of economic and political power from Europe and the U.S. to Asia

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Diana Johnstone: Hiroshima: the Crime That Keeps on Paying, But Beware the Reckoning

On his visit to Hiroshima last May, Obama did not, as some had vainly hoped he might, apologize for the August 6, 1945 atomic bombing of the city. Instead he gave a high-sounding speech against war. He did this as he was waging ongoing drone war against defenseless enemies in faraway countries and approving plans Read more…

RT.com: One of biggest protests in 2 decades: Over 50,000 Okinawans gather for anti-US military rally

The demonstrators were protesting against heavy US military presence and grave crimes repeatedly committed by servicemen against the residents

William Boardman: “Historic” Empty Suit Visits Hiroshima

The U.S. chose an almost undamaged city full of civilians as the target that would best bring the Japanese to their knees. Now that is something to “ponder,” as Obama suggested, but chose not to do. It doesn’t take much pondering to begin to wonder whether incinerating thousands of civilians might not be a war crime

Robert Hunziker: Fukushima: Worse Than a Disaster

A big part of the problem is that nobody has experience with a Fukushima-type meltdown, which now appears to be 100% meltdown

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