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Obama in Japan
Remilitarization and Its Discontents
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    Some part of an error is always right, so the article probably is not far off when it says that US policy should be directed towards the country of Japan, not it’s current prime minister – who, like every politicians, has done things that will prove right and things that will prove wrong.

    And the people of Japan have spoken: 98% of them approve of Obama’s visit. The rest is sour grapes from an opinions left behind.

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