Sunday, November 28, 2021

Here's Why Japanese Military Hard to Defeat

via Military Update
Here's Why Japanese Military Hard to Defeat Since the end of the Cold War, Japan’s security structure has been largely unchanged. The Defense Agency was uplifted to full ministerial status, and a layered missile defense was erected to counter North Korean ballistic missiles, but by and large the posture and composition of Japan’s Self Defense Forces was preserved. Caught flat footed by Chinese assertiveness in the East China Sea and Russian military flights near its borders, the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has implemented a raft of security improvements, from secrecy laws to the creation of a national security council modeled off the one that serves the U.S. President. An anemic economy has kept Japan’s defense spending flat or falling for two decades. According to a study by the Mizuho Bank, the Ministry of Defense’s acquisition budget fell 38 percent between 1990 and 2013. The number is roughly proportional to the amount of GDP the Japanese economy has lost during the same period. If Japan’s self-defense forces are to properly counter modern threats, they will need the right tools to do the job. Here are five weapons that Japan needs immediately. Watch the video for more: Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to ( and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

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