“The Man Who Continues to Speak about Experiencing the H-Bomb — Exposed Clearly: the Deception that is Deterrence” on JapanFocus

Introduction: The current disaster in Japan, the worst since World War II, may bring major change in Japanese thinking about nuclear weapons and nuclear power. But the preconditions for that re-thinking existed long before the disaster.

In the March 28 issue of the New Yorker, Nobel laureate Ōe Kenzaburō published an essay, “History Repeats.” It reads in part:

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