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Young People Will Build the Future

Even among the African countries undergoing striking growth, the Republic of Togo has contributed to arbitrating various conflicts in Africa and has gained an increased presence due to its political stability. Toshio Motoya asked many questions about Togo of Afognon Kouakou Sedaminou, the chargé d’affaires ad interim who just arrived in Japan this August.

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Only Corporations That Can Handle Societal Changes Survive

Isao Tsukamoto left Kanazawa and went to Tokyo, where he founded a company in Akihabara at the age of 24 and developed it into a corporation that is listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange with an annual turnover of 250 billion yen. In this industry, it is said that only 200 […]

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Enhancing Economic and Diplomatic Strength Based on Solid Defense Capabilities

Member of the House of Representatives Masahiro Imamura devoted himself despite personal risk to the privatization of Japan National Railways and has continually maintained his convictions after becoming a member of the National Diet. Imamura is also working for reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake and became a member of the Cabinet for the […]

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Nations Should Use Their Own Wisdom and Power for Self-defense

Turkmenistan gained independence in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union, and became a permanently neutral country with the approval of the United Nations General Assembly in 1995. Toshio Motoya spoke with Dr. Gurbanmammet Elyasov, the Turkmen ambassador to Japan, about topics that provide useful information for Japan’s future. These include the sightseeing attractions, […]

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Constitutional Reform is the Next Challenge for the Abe Administration

As a conservative politician, Member of the House of Representatives Takashi Nagao has worked with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and other politicians close to him since Nagao was a member of the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). He left the DPJ and joined the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) because of his dedication to constitutional reform […]

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History Must be Revised for Factual Accuracy

Keiichiro Kobori became a judge for the “True Interpretations of Modern History” essay contest since the eighth annual contest last year. Toshio Motoya spoke with this well-known conservative controversialist about Douglas MacArthur’s testimony at the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services, how the history of World War II is being revised in the U.S., […]

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Media That Does Not Report the Truth Will Destroy the Country

Dr. Robert D. Eldridge was given an honorable mention in the “8th True Interpretations of Modern History” essay contest for his paper titled The Recklessness of the Okinawan Media and Danger It Presents to Japan. Dr. Eldridge was dismissed from his position in the U.S. Marine Corps because he released video from a surveillance camera […]

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