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Japan’s Nuclear Weapons Conundrum via The Diplomat

ince 1967, when then-Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato introduced the “three non-nuclear principles,” Japan has existed in a state of contradiction when it comes to the question of nuclear weapons’ place in the world: while Japanese leaders call for the … Continue reading

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Japan has enough plutonium to build 1,000 nuclear bombs: report via Want China Times

The real reason why Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, refuses to abandon nuclear power is because he wants to develop a nuclear weapons program, claims the Hong Kong-based Wen Wei Po, citing Koide Hiroaki, an assistant professor at the Kyoto … Continue reading

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United States Circumvented Laws To Help Japan Accumulate Tons of Plutonium via National Security News Service

The United States deliberately allowed Japan access to the United States’ most secret nuclear weapons facilities while it transferred tens of billions of dollars worth of American tax paid research that has allowed Japan to amass 70 tons of weapons … Continue reading

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