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The "nuclear security" in Japan's internal affairs and diplomacy

Author NiuLiNa
Tutor LiGuangMin
School Qingdao University
Course International relations
Keywords The secret nuclear weapons agreement Nuclear policy Japan-U.Srelations
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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As the democrats taken power, Japanese foreign minister Okada announced that the government will investigate a series of secret treaty signed by Japan-US, including "The secret nuclear weapons agreement". It makes the U.S. government highly concerned on the event. Foreign minister Okada said repeatedly that it won’t change the Japan’s policy to the US and make trouble. The Japan-U.S. relations will still solid. But to the Democrats, it is conductive to their own position in Japanese politics and balances the two countries’ interests. Its advantageous is to clarify the history, end a relationship, and indicate the new era of Japan’s policy and diplomatic, and indicate the new era of Japan’s policy and diplomatic strategy. Under the background of cold war, the two countries reached "The secret nuclear weapons agreement". As the only country suffered nuclear strike, although Japan has repeatedly said that the non-nuclear position, but the liberal Democratic Party (LDP) government and the United States reached a series of secret treaty on the nuclear issue. Along with the "nuclear weapons agreement" exposure, both to Japan’s nuclear policy and the two country’s relationship face new challenges.

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