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Japan At The Crossroads For Creating New Military

Shirking off the ‘no-war’ clause


Japan is the only country in the world with a "no war" clause explicitly written into its constitution. But, thanks to the shenanigans of its neighbors, the Japanese are being forced to make a U-turn.

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un has kept the world on its toes with his flurry of missile tests. In October of this year, Pyongyang launched what it described as "the world's most powerful weapon." The ballistic missile, launched from the port of Sinpo in North Korea, landed in the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan. North Korea has brought Japan within striking range of its weapons with its latest exploit.

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