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PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:17 am    Post subject: JAPAN news, Fukushima, Economy  Reply with quote


Japan warns of China's military might
17 December 2010
Japan has unveiled sweeping changes to its national defence polices, boosting its southern forces in response to neighbouring China's military rise.
Japan, which shares a maritime border with China, said Beijing's military build-up was of global concern.
Japan will also strengthen its missile defences against the threat from a nuclear-armed North Korea.

China has responded saying it is a force for peace and development in Asia and threatens no-one, no country had the right to make irresponsible comments on China's development.
Japan is changing its defence policy in response to the shifting balance of power in Asia.
Defences will be scaled down in the north, where they have been deployed since the Cold War to counter potential threats from the former Soviet Union.

The military focus will now be in the south of Japan, closer to China and remote flashpoint islands near Taiwan.
Japan is concerned by China's growing military spending, modernisation of its armed forces, and increased naval assertiveness in the East China and South China seas.
Relations between Japan and China deteriorated sharply in September, after collisions between a Chinese trawler and Japanese patrol boats near a chain of disputed islands in the East China Sea.
The review paper outlines a shift in resources from the army to the air force and navy.
Japan's submarine fleet will be expanded from 16 to 22 and fighter jets upgraded, while the number of tanks will be cut by a third to 400.

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Japan Refocuses Its Defense With an Eye Toward China
Dec 2010
TOKYO—Joining other neighbors that are adjusting their policies in response to China's rapid military buildup, Japan on Friday unveiled a new set of national-security guidelines, refocusing its defense toward the oceans and skies in the south and west of the nation.

Tokyo's new National Defense Program Guidelines feature modernizing its self-defense capabilities to reflect the geopolitical changes in recent years, including China's growing naval presence in the northern Pacific and North Korea's aggressive military provocations. The document, which replaces the one adopted in 2004, lays out the basic policies and concepts for the nation's defense strategies and capabilities for the ...
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Japan - USA war games
January 27, 2011  
Camp Kengun, Japan
Several thousand American and Japanese troops simulated missile attacks, guerrilla warfare and a full-scale invasion of Japan as part of a major war games.
The exercises called Yama Sakura run through Feb. 3 on the island of Kyushu.
They are not directed at any particular threat, but contribute to Japan's overall ability to deter an attack and defend its territory.
Japan has grown increasingly concerned about its defenses, particularly around the Okinawan islands, because of a number of incursions into its sea lanes by Chinese warships and possible aggression from North Korea.

Why the mounting energy crisis and debt-bomb will lead to the meltdown of Japan
November 17, 2011
The International Energy Agency has estimated that Japan would need to spend $3 billion per month on additional oil and LNG in 2012 if the country’s nuclear power output falls to zero next year, the executive director of the International Energy Agency, Maria van der Hoeven, told reporters Wednesday.

Speaking to Platts in Tokyo, van der Hoeven said that Japan would need an extra 460,000 b/d of oil and 30 billion cubic meters of gas in 2012 if the country had no nuclear power output. When asked about Japan’s winter oil and gas demand outlook, Van der Hoeven declined to comment as the country’s actual demand situation would depend on the country’s nuclear output situation, which remained uncertain. Japan is about to enter its winter power demand season, which normally runs through December-March, and the weather and nuclear utilization rates have a direct impact on crude, fuel oil and LNG consumption for thermal power generation.

Japanese power utilities have hiked their oil and LNG consumption to make up for their shortfall in nuclear output in the wake of the devastating March 11 earthquake, and subsequent nuclear outages across the country amid safety concerns. Only 11 nuclear reactors are currently operating in Japan with a combined capacity of 9.864 GW, representing 20% of the country’s total installed capacity of 48.96 GW spread over 54 reactors, according to Platts calculations. It is widely expected that none of the nuclear plants shut for scheduled maintenance would be allowed to restart any time soon because of stress test conditions imposed by the government in July. If none of the nuclear reactors are allowed to restart in the coming months, Japan is scheduled to lose its nuclear output completely in April or May 2012 because of the Japanese regulation that requires nuclear power plants to carry out scheduled maintenance at their reactors at least once every 13 months.

If this happens, it would be the first time Japanese nuclear power production has fallen to zero since it commenced in 1966. Speaking at a press conference in Tokyo, van der Hoeven expressed her concern over rising crude oil prices that will have “negative impact” on ailing economies in Europe and “poor developing countries.” -Platt

JAPAN  *  Massive hydrovolcanic explosion possible
November 21, 2011
Architect of Fukushima Reactor warns of massive hydrovolcanic explosion.  He said the China syndrome is inevitable.
Melted fuel went out of the container vessel and sank underground, (China syndrome).
If fuel has reaches a underground water vein, it will cause contamination of underground water, soil contamination and sea contamination.
Moreover, if the underground water vein keeps being heated for long time, a massive hydrovolcanic explosion will be caused.
He also warned radioactive debris is spreading in Pacific Ocean.  Tons of the debris has reached the Marshall Islands.

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Korea-Japan Military Pact
June 29, 2012  
Korea and Japan sign their first military cooperation pact since 1945, perhaps to keep China in check.
The sensitive pact allows Seoul and Tokyo to exchange classified military intelligence on North Korea and China.
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China-Japan standoff, both claim Diaoyu islands
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Pentagon chief calls for calm in Japan-China territorial spat
Sept 2012
TOKYO – US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called for diplomatic efforts to resolve a worsening territorial spat between Japan and China on Monday, the day after warning disputes could draw East Asia into war.
Speaking after meetings in Tokyo with senior Japanese figures, Panetta urged “calm and restraint on all sides” in a row over disputed islands that has rapidly escalated in the last week into sometimes violent protests in China.

“Obviously we’re concerned by the demonstrations and the conflict over the Senkaku islands,” Panetta said, referring to the Japanese-administered archipelago that China claims and calls Diaoyu.
“It is extremely important that diplomatic means on both sides be used to try to constructively resolve these issues,” he said, adding a resolution of the dispute has to be based on “clear principles” and international law.

“It’s in everybody’s interest for Japan and China to maintain good relations and to find a way to avoid further escalation,” said Panetta, pounding the podium for emphasis.
Panetta arrived in Tokyo on Sunday evening after days of anti-Japanese protests had rocked cities across China, with diplomatic missions being targeted in some instances.

50 Taiwanese boats intrude near Senkakus
Coast guard cutters deploy water cannons.
About 40 Taiwanese fishing boats and 12 patrol ships intruded into Japanese territorial waters near the Senkaku Islands to assert Taipei's claim to the Japan-controlled chain.
The armada further intensified the territorial dispute that has already seen ties between Japan and China deteriorate.

It was the first time such a large number of foreign vessels has intruded into the territorial waters since the diplomatic row over Japan and China broke out last month.
The Taiwanese fishing ships started entering waters near the islands around 7:40 a.m., and had left the area by midday, according to Japan Coast Guard officials.
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Japan PM dissolves parliament, planning Dec. vote
11/16/12 — Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda dissolved the lower house of parliament Friday, paving the way for elections in which his ruling party will likely give way to a weak coalition government divided over how to solve Japan's myriad problems.
Noda followed through on a pledge to call elections after the opposition Liberal Democratic Party agreed to back several key pieces of legislation, including a deficit financing bill and electoral reforms. The Cabinet was expected to quickly announce elections for Dec. 16.

Noda's Democratic Party of Japan has grown unpopular thanks to its handling of the Fukushima nuclear crisis and especially its recent doubling of the sales tax. The elections will probably end its three-year hold on power.
The LDP, which led Japan for most of the post-World War II era, may win the most seats in the 480-seat lower house, though polls indicate it will fall far short of a majority. That could force it to cobble together a coalition of parties with differing policies and priorities.

A divided government could hinder decision-making as Japan wrestles with a two-decade economic slump, cleanup from last year's nuclear disaster, growing national debt and a rapidly aging population — not to mention a festering territorial dispute with China that is hurting business ties with its biggest trading partner. Japan must also decide whether it will follow through with plans to phase out nuclear power by 2040 — a move that many in the LDP oppose.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and Japan on Friday agreed on language aimed at giving Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe political cover to bring the world's third-largest economy into negotiations on a U.S.-led free trade agreement in the Asia Pacific region.

In a carefully worded statement following Abe's meeting with President Barack Obama, the two countries reaffirmed that "all goods would subject to negotiation" if Japan joins the talks with the United States and 10 other countries.

At the same time, the statement leaves open a possible outcome to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, talks where the Japan could still protect its rice sector and the United States could keep duties on Japanese autos.

"Recognizing that both countries have bilateral trade sensitivities, such as certain agricultural products for Japan and certain manufactured products for the United States, the two governments confirm that, as the final outcome will be determined during the negotiations, it is not required to make a prior commitment to unilaterally eliminate all tariffs upon joining the TPP negotiations," the statement said.

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Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant leaking contaminated water
 As much as 120 tons of radioactive water may have leaked from a storage tank at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, contaminating the surrounding ground, Tokyo Electric Power Co said on Saturday.
The power company has yet to discover the cause of the leak, detected on one of seven tanks that store water used to cool the plants reactors, a spokesman for the company, Masayuki Ono, said at a press briefing.

The company plans to pump 13,000 cubic meters of water remaining in the tank to other vessels over the next two weeks.
The facility was the site of the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in March 2011 when a magnitude 9.0 earthquake triggered a tsunami that destroyed back-up generators and disabled its cooling system. Three of the reactors melted down.

The storage tanks, pits excavated at the site in the wake of the disaster, are lined with water proof sheets meant to keep the contaminated water from leaking into the soil
Work to decommission the plant is projected to take decades to complete.

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Japan PM warns China of force over islands landing
23 Apr 2013  Japan would respond with force if any attempt is made to land on disputed islands, PM Shinzo Abe has warned. His comments came as eight Chinese government ships sailed near East China Sea islands that both nations claim. A flotilla of 10 fishing boats carrying Japanese activists was also reported to be in the area, as well as the Japanese coastguard. Mr Abe was speaking in parliament hours after dozens of lawmakers visited a controversial war-linked shrine. A total of 168 lawmakers paid their respects at the Yasukuni Shrine, which commemorates Japan's war dead, including war criminals, in a move likely to anger regional neighbours who say the shrine is a reminder of Japan's military past.

NIKKEI 225 Futures falling
Maybe it may change when I wake up tomorrow, but from the way it looks now, it's not looking good at all. It has a change of around -950.

High: 15956
Low: 14686
We may be seeing the beginning of a major event.  As in devaluation of the yen, possible economic crash of Japan's economy.  You just can't lose 8% or your market's value too many times before the world takes notice.

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