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Questions relating to the government or politics of the State of Japan.

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reserve currency. This status changes over time. If Japan were to print, investors would demand more interest for government and private debt. That's known as a spread or risk premium and it is usually …
answered Jun 17 '19 by o.m.
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about Guantanamo, but the lease has no end date. But I can't really see such a scenario vs. Japan. The Philippines threw the US out of Subic Bay because the US didn't want to pay enough for the lease … outcome could be a three-sided bidding between the US, Japan, and South Korea. How many bases, and where, against which security guarantees, and who pays whom how much. Compare the recent suggestions that …
answered Aug 18 '19 by o.m.
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The question is, what kind of armed forces would the US want Japan and Germany to have? I'll answer mostly about Germany, but the principle may apply to Japan as well. During the second half of the … stay below those levels. In a similar vein, it would not have been to the benefit of the US if Japan had tried to outspend the Soviet Union back in late 80s. It would have been to the benefit of the US …
answered Aug 5 '19 by o.m.
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second set of negotiations. The current problems are with the first set of negotiations. So Japan, Norway, Canada, or an unique UK-EU relationship are not yet on the table. …
answered Mar 30 '19 by o.m.