- Toothless tiger: Japan Self-Defence Forces
- Asia military analyst Franz-Stefan Gady asks just how fighting fit are Japan's so-called Self-Defence Forces? Japan's relationship with its armed forces was once a defining characteristic of the nation.
- Essay · Asia's second-world-war ghosts
- Mr Abe believes that Japan's pursuit of fukoku kyohei was essentially right then and still is today, and that its resumption is the key to making Japan what some would call a “normal” nation again.
- From Taiwan to the United States: How the world covered Beijing's military parade
- TAIWAN. Official: Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, through spokesman Charles Chen. Quote: Chen said that Ma felt "distressed" and "regretful" that a "certain individual" attended the parade, voicing disapproval of former Vice-President Lien Chan's ...
- Abe's master plan
- To explain the sheer ambition of his design, his people invoke the Meiji slogan fukoku kyohei: “enrich the country, strengthen the army”. Only a wealthy Japan can afford to defend itself.
- As the World Turns: Will the West Prevail?
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