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Japan says talks must end N Korean nuclear program

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what's important is not dialogue for dialogue's sake, but to achieve nuclear and missile dismantling in a completely verifiable and irreversible way

Hear hear. No one is stupid enough to want dialogue for dialogue's sake. There are clear objectives and goals for these talks. If they are not met, then it's over for NK

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If you dont touch the bee hive, they were not going to sting you! I think it is good to remind Japan of what is real now!

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Japan has no independent part in this. It will do as Washington dictates.

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Abe's gotta be careful what he says or he'll end up walking it back again in embarrassment when he jumps up and down at Trump's heels for a treat.

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Abe said that "what's important is not dialogue for dialogue's sake, 

Fortunately they aren’t Japanese so there will be some progress.

Abe told a Diet committee that Japan has great interest in what happened and hopes to receive an explanation from China.

Why shall China explain anything to Japan?

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Abe told a Diet committee that Japan has great interest in what happened and hopes to receive an explanation from China.

He can hope all he wants, he is being left out of the dicussion and is looking to get a seat at the table. This rhetoric is for the domestic audience only!

Abe said that "what's important is not dialogue for dialogue's sake,

And what did you say just a dew days ago about having a desire to have a summit meeting with Kim on the coat tails of Trump's?

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The penny has not yet dropped in Japan.

Fast declining on all fronts including influence.

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Japan is Maximally marginalized because of the failed Abe's foreign policy.

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Let others talk and let Abe to keep his pressure as if he really has the power to apply. What an empty joke.

-4 ( +2 / -6 )

Well don’t be surprised if Putin ping and Un decide to have their own summit!

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Abe/Japan need to quiet down and let other grown up and real nations that matters handle this.

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All nations including allegedly China are seeking denuclearization. China is even reporting that NK has agreed to this. So what's wring with Japan seeking the same ting that every other nation is seeking?

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