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Japan, Atomwaffen und Kalter Krieg: Aktuelle Thematik im Jahr 2017

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“Japan noticeably refused to support the recent U.N. resolution calling for outlawing of nuclear weapons, and has sufficient plutonium to make thousands of weapons. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden told Xi this year that Japan could make nuclear weapons “virtually overnight.”

Six months would be a realistic estimate. Japan is dancing with the devil in thinking of an arms race or the nuclear option to make up for lack of Trump’s support. Memories of firebombed Tokyo, as well as Hiroshima and Nagasaki, should be revived. War rarely solves anything, as can be seen in the United Nations’ description of Aleppo as a “complete meltdown of humanity” achieved by Syrian and Russian bombing, on which compulsive tweeter Trump has been silent.

The destructive power of today’s weapons is terrible; and the nuclear option can only lead to nuclear winter and the death of planet Earth. Japan’s role — on behalf of all humanity — as the first nuclear victim, should be to pioneer innovative peaceful ways to settle disputes and make friendships with its neighbors. Losing the umbrella of U.S. protection makes the task more pressing”. (Kevin Rafferty, The Japan Times 25. Dezember 2016)

Links: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2016/12/25/commentary/japan-commentary/will-trumps-foreign-policy-push-japan-go-nuclear/#.WLMRzzj6i20

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2017/02/25/commentary/nuclear-option-make-sense-japan/#.WLMTpTj6i20

https://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article6699917/Geheime-Atomabkommen-zwischen-Japan-und-USA.html

http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199236961.001.0001/

oxfordhb-9780199236961-e-17

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan's_non-nuclear_weapons_policy

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