Written by GBN STAFF
Thursday, September 08, 2011
GUAM - The Land of the Rising Sun risks fading into the sunset unless newly elected Japan Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda can end the interminable sumo match of opposing political parties and rescue the country from policy gridlock. The United States, too, needs a strong Japan, because it needs a real partner to help secure America's interests in Asia-Pacific.
Experts at the Heritage Foundation say the moment is now to make real progress toward a new Futenma replacement facility on Okinawa as doing so could motivate the U.S. Senate to continue funding the Guam Agreement.
Read the full story at Heritage.org.
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