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Japan has just made an historic shift: In December, Tokyo announced a doubling of its defence budget by 2027, the first time this has happened since World War II. The Japanese are wary of China and North Korea. Japan: Preparing for War | ARTE.tv Documentary Subscribe to our Youtube channel: / 🤍artetvdocumentary 🗓 Available until the 02/04/2026 ARTE.tv Documentary is here to tell you more about what’s going on in the world of culture, news and current affairs with powerful, refreshing and entertaining docs subtitled in English for our international fans. Discover a whole world on #ARTE.tv #military #artetvdocumentary #japan
This song was meant to be a "Die Wacht am Rhein" for the new nation-state of Japan in full modern construction, a kind of unofficial new military anthem, it was a popular song during the second world war, reportedly sung by the IJA during the sino Japanese war and the Philippines campaign. Lyrics: 1. Ware wa kan gun wagateki wa Tenchiirezaru choutekizo Teki no taishou taru mono wa Kokon musou no eiyuu de Kore ni shitagou tsu wa mono wa Tomo ni hyoukan kesshinoshi Kijinni hajinu yuuaru mo (sometimes written as "Kishin ni hajinu yuuaru mo") Tenno yurusanu hangyaku wo Okoseshi mono wa mukashi yori Sakae shitame shi arazaru zo Teki no horoburu sore made wa Susume ya susume moro tomo ni Tamachiru tsurugi nuki tsurete Shisuru kaku gode susumubeshi 2. Mikuni no fuuto mono no fu wa Sonomi wo mamoru tamashii no Ishiin kono kata suta retaru Nippon to no ima sara ni Mata yo niizuru mi no homare Teki mo mika tamo moro tomo ni Yaeba no moto ni shisubeki ni (Sometimes written as "Yaeba no shita ni shisubeki ni") Yamato-damashii aru mono wo Shisubeki toki wa ima naru zo Hi toni oku rete ha jikaku na Teki no horoburu sore made wa Susume ya susume moro tomo ni Tamachiru tsurugi nuki tsurete Shisuru kaku gode susumubeshi I´m not the original author of this video, all the credits go to FBIV.
Japan has unveiled plans for its biggest military build-up since World War Two. The government says it will double defense spending, bringing it up to the NATO standard of two percent of GDP. Japan's move away from a 'self-defense only' stance comes as it seeks to counter regional threats. It plans to acquire long-range missiles capable of striking China. Beijing said the plans undermine bilateral relations. . Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Japan #China #Russia
Japan is arming itself like it never has before. The Defense Ministry has now asked for a nearly 12% budget increase this year, to finance the acquisition of warships and long range cruise missiles. If approved, it would be the second straight year of the new five-year military build-up plan that was approved in December last year. The request to increase the defense budget as part of that plan, came a day after Japan's top uniformed officer, General Yoshihide Yoshida warned that the neglected state of the country's Self-Defence Forces had put it's very sovereignty in jeopardy. In an interview to the Nikkei Asia newspaper, he said: "We cannot maintain Japan's security with our current capabilities. The international community is at a critical juncture on whether it can prevent unilateral changes in the status quo by force and maintain an international order based on the rule of law. Japan is on the front lines of this fight in the Indo-Pacific." North Korea has always been a threat to the island nation and in recent years, under Kim Jong Un, that threat has only increased. A now nearly monthly danger comes from the numerous missile launches from North Korea. Missiles which land on many occassions in waters around Japan. It is one of the reasons why the defense ministry wants the funds to build two warships which will have the radar capability to intercept North Korean missile launches. And then there is the historical threat from China. Both nations have territorial disputes as well that have seen ships from both countries face off in recent years. The war in Ukraine has added a new dimension to this threat in the form of the 'no limits' partnership between China and Russia. The navies of both nations have since last year conducted numerous jount patrols and drills in the seas around Japan. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Japan #Military #Army
Faction: The Imperial Japanese Army During the 1920s, the Imperial Japanese Army expanded greatly in its number of men and military spending. The Imperial Japanese Army was victorious early on in the Pacific theatre. As the war progressed and the situation became more desperate for the army, Japanese soldiers started to use more sacrificial tactics. Please consider supporting our videos on Patreon 🤍 SIMPLE HISTORY MERCHANDISE Get your copy of Simple History: World War II today! (Top Seller!) 🤍 T-Shirts 🤍 Simple history gives you the facts, simple! See the book collection here: Amazon USA 🤍 Amazon UK 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credit: Narrator: Chris Kane 🤍vocalforge.com Animation: Daniel Turner Artwork: Daniel turner Music Credit Ross Bugden- 'Drive' ‘Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License’.
After the devastation of World War II, Japan adopted a pacifist constitution, renouncing the use of force as a means of settling international disputes. However, in the face of evolving regional threats and global dynamics, Japan has gradually bolstered its defense capabilities. While still adhering to a defense-only posture, the Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) have become one of the most technologically advanced and well-trained military entities in the world. Recent developments suggest Japan is preparing to further enhance its military capabilities, especially in light of growing tensions with China. Today, Japan's military strength is a blend of advanced technology, strategic alliances, and a commitment to peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region. #notify #japan #china #asia Welcome to Notify, the go-to destination for all things military! We provide an educational and entertaining experience tailored to tech-savvy individuals and military enthusiasts. Our goal is to inform, engage, and inspire you with captivating content about military equipment and the latest #news. At #Notify, we stand out in the #military niche with our #informative and #educational approach. Delving deep into the world of military #technology, we explore cutting-edge #equipment, strategic advancements, and the latest innovations that shape the future of #warfare in #army #navy #airforce #marines. Our comprehensive content goes beyond the surface level, offering valuable insights and in-depth analysis. Join us for equipment #reviews, #comparisons, discussions on military #history and #tactics, interviews with experts, firsthand accounts from veterans and thought-provoking debates on current military affairs. We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, empowering you with a deeper understanding of the military world. Notify is more than just a channel; it's a platform that sparks discussions, fuels curiosity, and fosters a community of lifelong learners. Embark on an immersive journey into the world of military technology with Notify - where knowledge meets entertainment! Subscribe now and be part of something extraordinary. - For copyright matters please get in touch with us at: notifymilitary🤍gmail.com Disclaimer - Some contents are used for educational purposes under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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The audio episode explains the 8 causes of Japanese military brutality during World War II, written and narrated by Dr. Mark Felton, an author and leading authority on the WWII in Asia. This is an AUDIO PROGRAMME. For videos, visit Mark Felton Productions: 🤍 Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of War Stories with Mark Felton. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. War Stories with Mark Felton does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel. Credits: YouTube Creative Commons; WikiCommons; Google Commons; Mark Felton Productions; War Stories with Mark Felton Music: "Pursuit" licenced to iMovie by Apple, Inc. Source: 'A Perfect Storm - Japanese Military Brutality in World War II' by Mark Felton, Routledge History of Genocide, 2015.
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Watch The Full Philip DeFranco Show: 🤍 Subscribe for more Quickie News: 🤍 China is extremely worried about Japan and South Korea joining a joint security alliance with the US. China’s pivot from being predictably insane to unpredictably insane in just two years seems to have pushed the two countries over the edge. South Korea and Japan have long had a mutual friend named America but they personally weren’t friends - in fact they didn’t really like each other. But China’s rhetoric and actions have made it clear that the train has left the station, and this has forced both nations towards pursuing a three way defense partnership with the US. This comes as Japan is opening a NATO office at the end of this year and as the Philippines, Australia, and Japan are increasing their defensive ties to each other. NATO may end up expanding to the Pacific or a new defensive alliance may be formed, but one thing is clear - The circumstances that made European foes drop their differences and create NATO are now the same circumstances that are making such an alliance possible in Asia. —————————— Produced by: Ben Wheeler, Philip DeFranco Edited by: Ben Wheeler Art Department: William Crespo Writing/Research: Ben Wheeler, Philip DeFranco ———————————— #usa #china #japan
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The Japan or Japanese Self-Defense Forces (JSDF), officially simply the Self-Defense Forces (Japanese: 自衛隊, Jieitai; SDF) and also known as the Japanese Armed Forces, are the unified military forces of Japan. Established in 1954, the Self-Defense Forces include the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. They are controlled by the Ministry of Defense with the Prime Minister as commander-in-chief. ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If any producer/label/artist has an issue with any of the songs or footages please send me an e-mail to (anandayudhapratama713🤍gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Donate : 🤍 Source Credit : JMSDF (🤍 JGSDF (🤍 JASDF(🤍 Backsound : by Infraction - Battle (🤍
Go to 🤍 and use code TASKPURPOSE to save 25% off today. Thanks to Curiosity Stream for sponsoring today’s video! Japan’s new defense strategy and their already existing massive economic influence in Southeast Asia will make them the west's secret weapon against communist authoritarian China. Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida recently unveiled on December 16th 2022 his country's new 5 year $320 billion dollar defense plan that will acquire 500 US made tomahawk cruise missiles that can strike Chinese territory for the first time. It will effectively double the size of Japan's military budget and make them the world’s third-largest military spender right after the United States and China. It’s not just an increase in weapons, their publicly released historic 2022 National Defense outlines sound justifications and legal arguments for this rearmanet as well as a change in their defense posture to deter aggression. Oh no! Sound the alarms! The Japanese empire has woken up from its slumber and they’re getting ready to take over the world again! ” Obviously that’s absolutely ridiculous but tell that to North Korea, Russia and China who all took turns coming out to publicly denounce Japan’s new military plan as “dangerous” and alluding to Japan's history as an expansionist empire. Chinese Communist Party tabloid Global Times said “Japan has a history of straying into militarism and committing aggression and crimes against humanity, which has brought disaster to the region and the world and is now deviating from the track of post-war peaceful development. Apparently it’s only okay for China to increase defense spending and no one else. Yes Even 80 years after the last world war it’s hard for some people to forget. *people don’t forget meme* In most modern discussions about great power politics we completely overlook Japan but I think a closer analysis will show you that this great nation holds the keys to keeping China in check. Many people do not understand just how much economic influence and soft power Japan projects despite having a somewhat self imposed limited military. Even though China’s GDP surpassed Japan’s in 2010. Japan is still the largest sponsor of infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia. Yes, that's even bigger than China’s massive efforts to expand with their Belt and Road Initiative throughout the region. As of 2021 Japan's investments in projects in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam is $259 billion compared to China’s $157 billion. This means Japanese banks lend more to Southeast Asia's five largest economies than the United States, UK and France combined. Doesn’t explain why my loan requests to Japanese banks are always denied but fair enough. Japan's massive construction projects across Asia give them tremendous credibility, respect, and influence in foreign policy decisions in the region. This makes Japan a closer rival to China than the US in this regard. Tokyo is the undisputed heavyweight champ of infrastructure investments in South East Asia even though China gets all the news reports about their belt and road initiative. These projects include a subway system for Manila and a new East-west southern economic corridor that will link up Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar to promote free trade. These are some of the projects Japan is changing the world with. So how does Japan compete against China in this field? They offer low interest rates of around .25% for 30 year loans which is way better than the 4% interest rates on China’s projects which have been criticized for debt trapping developing countries. Task & Purpose is a military news and culture oriented channel. We want to foster discussion about the defense industry. Email capelluto🤍taskandpurpose.com for inquires. #JAPAN #WAR #EXPLORE
Even as Japan has focused on defensive capabilities—including carefully avoiding the word “military” for its armed forces—the nation’s government has seen the dangers posed by potential adversaries, including China, North Korea, and Russia.
Japan Military Power 2023 | Japanese Armed Forces | How Powerful is Japan? The Japanese army has the eighth largest army in the world has 309,000 personnel. Japanese army is increasing the number of soldiers to increase its strength in Asia. The army has 240,000 active soldiers and 55,000 reserve soldiers.
Support Our Channel : 🤍 An official U.S. War Department film restricted in nature and produced by the US Army Pictorial Service, “The Japanese Army and Navy” is a black-and-white creation that “has been assembled from Japanese films and is designed for use in the Civil Affairs Training Schools conducted by The Provost Marshal General.” With that introduction, the World War II-era film opens at mark 00:48 by explaining the “Code of the Samarai” — highlighted by devotion to duty “and a loyalty to a Divine Emperor that gives in death its last full measure of allegiance.” (During World War II, that allegiance was to Emperor Hirohito). Japanese officers are trained in swordsmanship such as kendo or kenjutsu, as a demonstration of such martial arts skills is shown at mark 01:15. Fencing, the viewer is told, is an important combat training regimen, and also promotes stamina and alertness. Judo also has an influence on the Japanese character, it is said at mark 03:07, as synchronized movements are shown on the screen. Military training is ingrained in Japanese youth from an early age, the narrator explains. For a boy, training begins at age 6 and by age 12 he is in uniform and participating in annual maneuvers. By the age of 19, he is ready for induction. Demonstrations of strength and teamwork by Japanese soldiers and marines follow, and at mark 06:42 we are told, “The public claims the army as its own and looks to it for leadership.” The picture switches focus to the Imperial Navy at mark 08:37, but again, stresses the importance of training and regular maneuvers. In 1906, we are told, Admiral Togo Heihachiro explained, “Heaven gives the crown of victory only to those who by habitual training win without fighting and forthwith deprives of that crown those who content with one success give themselves up to the enemies of peace.” (Although Japan relied heavily on its army during WW2, the navy was charged with defending communication lines and territorial waters). The narrator continues to discuss various maneuvers implemented by Japan’s army and navy as training and combat scenes play out. “Many Japanese soldiers are so determined to die on the battlefield that they conduct their own public funerals before leaving for the front … It is admired as the spirit of the true samurai who enters the battle with no thought of his return unless victorious,” the narrator says at mark 13:36, as continued fighting scenes are shown. At mark 16:34, the viewer is told that the mantra for Japanese infantrymen is that “the enemy forces will be annihilated.” More training scenes are shown, as the narrator again explains the devotion of the Japanese soldier to the Emperor. “Through the youth of Japan, the army seeks to build within the nation a denial of self, an ardent loyalty. A devotion that glorifies death for the Emperor as life’s greatest reward.” Hirihito is shown beginning at mark 20:30 reviewing the Imperial Fleet at the harbor at Yokohama. Scenes of Japanese sailors and soldiers continue, and near mark 23:00, the narrator explains that there is some discord between the two branches of service, with the army more politically minded and therefore more able to able to gain appropriation and public support for their positions. “Into the spirits of soldiers like these had been infused the savage exhilaration of battle,” says the narrator at mark 27:15, as we see infantrymen gathered together. The final few minutes of the informative film are dedicated to Japanese military hospitals and medical hospitals, as numerous scenes of recovering soldiers are shown, along with images of Japanese troops training for winter maneuvers in the blinding snow. “The Japanese are still in a strong position,” says the narrator at mark 34:13. “It will require a great effort to defeat this closely knit, fanatically stubborn power.” We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit 🤍
New War Thunder players that use my link will get a special, large bonus pack. You'll get premium vehicles, premium account time, boosters and more. Just click here: 🤍 War Thunder is a highly detailed vehicle combat game containing over 2000 playable tanks, aircraft and ships spanning over 100 years of development. Immerse yourself completely in dynamic battles with an unparalleled combination of realism and approachability. In late November 2022, Japanese government announced that military expenditure is to grow. From $47 billion to over $90 billion. What will Japan spend all that extra money on? How will that change the calculus for the Pacific war theatre? Watch the video to find out. Links to mentioned videos: China just increased its defense budget. When might it overtake the US defense spending? 🤍 Japan is building massive Kirov-like battlecruisers? 🤍 These arsenal planes can launch twice as many cruise missiles as USAF's bombers 🤍 0:00 - Intro 0:20 - Goal 1:50 - Average military spending 2:07 - Current situation 2:33 - Personnel size compared to two Koreas 2:55 - Personnel size compared to two superpowers 3:15 - Budgetary differences 3:59 - US National Guard example 4:17 - Personnel target 4:39 - Three options 5:25 - Issue of demographics 5:43 - Recruitment pool age limit 6:05 - Age limits for reservists 6:46 - Nature of Japan’s military today and strike weapons 7:24 - Cruise and anti-ship missiles, and dual role 8:50 - Anti ballistic missile defenses 9:55 - Dedicated Aegis BMD ships 10:18 - Future fighter jet 10:44 - Combat helicopters and drones 11:28 - Maritime patrol planes and helos 11:43 - Long range strike ca 12:17 - VLS on subs 12:48 - Tanker planes 13:02 - Various stand off missiles 13:27 - Hypersonic missiles 14:15 - Stealthy missiles 14:49 - Railgun plans 15:15 - Putting non-defense expenses under the defense umbrella 16:49 - Overall changing of Japan’s stance 17:28 - Conclusion 18:06 - Outro Music by Matija Malatestinic 🤍 Image elements used in the thumbnail: Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships, 海上自衛隊, CC BY 4.0 (🤍 JGSDF Type10 tank 20120527-11, Photo by Los688, CC0 Japan's next-generation fighter aircraft concept, Image by 防衛省, CC BY 4.0 (🤍 If you want to watch our videos without ads, if you want quick replies to any questions you might have, if you want early access scripts and videos, monthly release schedules - become our Patron. More here: 🤍 Suggest country pairs you'd like to see in future videos over at our website: 🤍 You can also browse for other Binkov T-Shirts or Binkov merch, via the store at our website, 🤍 Subscribe to Binkov's channel for more videos! 🤍 Follow Binkov's news on Facebook! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍
Today we take a look at the surface shipping of the Imperial Japanese Army (submarines are a separate subject), why they built them and the main types that stood out above the usual fleet of transports and tankers. Sources: 🤍amazon.co.uk/Military-Innovation-Interwar-Period-Williamson-ebook/dp/B00D2WQE4E 🤍amazon.co.uk/Imperial-Japanese-Army-Vessels-1894-ebook/dp/B0878QZYXY 🤍amazon.co.uk/Imperial-Japanese-Army-Vessels-1894-ebook/dp/B0879512XG 🤍amazon.co.uk/Conways-Worlds-Fighting-Ships-1922-1946/dp/0851771467 🤍 Free naval photos and more - 🤍drachinifel.co.uk Want to support the channel? - 🤍 Want a shirt/mug/hoodie - 🤍 Want a poster? - 🤍 Want to talk about ships? 🤍 Want to get some books? 🤍amazon.co.uk/shop/drachinifelDrydock Episodes in podcast format - 🤍
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Claim your SPECIAL OFFER for MagellanTV here: 🤍 Start your free trial TODAY so you can watch the series World War II: Battles Won and Lost and the rest of MagellanTV's science collection: 🤍 _ Long before the outbreak of World War 2, the Empire of Japan began an expansionist policy to stop the influence of Western powers in Asia. After the conquest of Manchuria and Northern China in the 1930s, the Japanese created puppet states and accepted foreign volunteers on its armies to impose the will of the Emperor. When the war finally broke out and Japan started conquering British, Dutch, French, and American territories, waves of volunteers of different nationalities joined the ranks of the Imperial Army. Following the footsteps of the Wehrmacht, these foreign soldiers became the spearhead troops of Japanese incursions into new territories, and Chinese, Mongolians, Indonesians, Indians, and many more Asians soon became the eyes and swords of the Emperor in lands unknown to the Japanese. - As images and footage of actual events are not always available, Dark Docs sometimes utilizes similar historical images and footage for dramatic effect. I do my best to keep it as visually accurate as possible. All content on Dark Docs is researched, produced, and presented in historical context for educational purposes. We are history enthusiasts and are not always experts in some areas, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us with corrections, additional information, or new ideas. -
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Among wealthy economies, Japan has long been one of the lowest spenders on Defence as a percentage of GDP. Japan's culture of pacifism is rooted in the nation's post-war experience and the restrictions on its rights and ability to wage war set out in Article 9 of its post-war constitution. But Japan's economy is deeply dependent on the global security situation, and with rising tensions in the Indo-Pacific and the shock of the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine Japan's plans have undergone a sudden transformation. Old taboos about long range weapons have dropped away, and a huge influx of spending aimed at overhauling JSDF capabilities is now being planned. There is no change to Japan's constitution, and Japan's cultural and legal restrictions on the use of force remain deeply entrenched - but the capabilities of the JSDF are likely to change. In this video, I look at Japan's strategic position and the present strength of the JSDF, unpack Japan's 2022 defence strategy, and what impact it may have on both Japan's capabilities going forward. Patreon: 🤍 Caveats and comments: Regarding % of GDP by industry - these are always fraught by issues (direct or indirect impacts, year etc).it's probably better to give a range saying Japanese GDP which may range from as low as 15 percent upwards - I apologise for giving the impression of false precision While these presentation focuses on Japan's strategy documents as described - it is impossible to comprehensively cover their content. It should not be relied on (for example, to guide business or investment decisions). I'd also like to note that I'm aware that these productions make heavy use of humour, sarcasm, Australianisms and irreverence - these videos are intended to be entertainment - but I do not wish to come off as being disrespectful. I also refer to the re-opening of Japan in 1850s as involving a steam-powered ironclad - that is incorrect. Mississippi was a steam powered paddle frigate - but she was not armoured. Sources and further reading: Platform and personnel counts as per Military Balance 2022 Defence of Japan 2022 (EN) 🤍 National Defence Strategy 2022 (EN) 🤍 Defence Buildup Program 2022 (EN) 🤍 JMSDF BMD ship: 🤍 Japan deploys UUV 🤍 Japan to acquire 400 tomahawks 🤍 US, RoK, Japan BMD exercises 🤍 Reporting on Quad exercises in Indian media 🤍 Polling on Okinawa basing: 🤍 Japan and US to expedite equipment development 🤍 Sample (illustrative only) opinion polling 🤍 🤍 Japan, Sweden, & GCAP 🤍 Strategist article on build up options for the Japanese submarine fleet 🤍 Interview commenting on DIB margins in Japan 🤍 Japan approves 26% spending increase 🤍 Reporting on Japanese LNG imports 🤍 Reporting on the build-up announcement 🤍 The case for Japanese land power in the first island chain - War on the rocks 🤍 Timestamp: 00:00:00 — Japanese Rearmament 00:01:38 — What Am I Talking About? 00:02:41 — Historical Development 00:15:07 — Japan's Strategic Position 00:21:43 — The JSDF 00:34:13 — Industry & Systems 00:38:18 — Japanese Strategic Thinking 00:43:01 — Building Up The JSDF 00:59:41 — An Alliance Driven Force 01:06:05 — Challenges & Options 01:11:41 — Conclusions 01:12:32 — Channel Update
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