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Yes, Japan Could Build Nuclear Weapons (But at What Cost?)

Nidhi Prasad Security, Asia They have the means, but what would Asia and the world think?  George Shultz’s axiom that “proliferation begets proliferation” appears to be contested in East Asia. North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test on September 9, leaving its non-nuclear Asian neighbors vexed. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe termed it “totally unacceptable” and has called for strict sanctions.
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