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October 22, 2009
Historic relationship between U.S. and Japan begins to sour

A month ahead of President Barack Obama’s scheduled visit to Tokyo, Japan has decided to not go ahead with the planned reorganization of the U.S. military bases.

Kay Shimizu, a visiting assistant professor at Harvard University, joins Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss why the presence of 47,000 U.S. troops in Okinawa is causing controversy and why the new Japanese government may pull out its naval support of the war in Afghanistan.

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US government should re-think its MIlitary Bases in Okinawa Japan with the follwing:

*reduce the size of the US Military Base in Japan
*stop draining our precious dollars because Japan is too expensive to maintain our US Military Bases.
*the Philippine is better place for the US Bases because of its strategic location. Far better than Japan.


Kindness and respect seen as weakness in the eyes of the newly empowered

Lest they forget how they came to be

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