The Kellogg-Briand Treaty was the sole basis in international law for the charges of aggressive war levied against Japan. and During deliberations about the Kellogg-Briand Treaty in the Senate, Mr.Kellogg was asked about economic blockade. Kellogg’s replied " There is no such thing as a blockade without you are in war.” He added, “An act of war, absolutely.” At least,Mr.Kellogg and The.U.S. Senate knew ecoomic blockade was an act of war. so I don't agree Mr.Murakami's opinion about WW2.
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I don't agree Mr.Murakami's opinion about WW2 because The U.S. imposed an economic blockade on Japan before Pearl Harbor attacking.
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This is back to military administration. I think this indictmen without arrest is badly hurt South Korea's international reputation.
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