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Issue of Japanese-US Security Cooperation
2005-08-01 13:58:27    CRIENGLISH.com
The focal point of concern is that, first of all, it involves the issue of Taiwan; secondly, what is the future orientation of the Japanese military?
In 1996, Japan and the US issued the "Joint Declaration on Security Cooperation" and started to amend the "Defense Cooperation Guidelines" worked out in 1978. In September 1997, the new defense guidelines were formally defined. On May 24, 1999, the Japanese Diet reviewed and approved the bills related to the new Guidelines, which meant a new system of the reinforcement of the security cooperation between Japan and the US. The focal point of our concern is that, first of all, it involves the issue of Taiwan; secondly, what is the future orientation of the Japanese military? The Chinese government has expressed serious concern and its position on the issue through various channels.
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