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Yuki Oikawa shares Japanese POV on Presidential Election

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Yuki Oikawa, is the US spokesperson for the book, The Laws of Justice: How We Can Solve World Conflicts & Bring Peace by Ryuho Okawa. Yuki Oikawa will available to join you by phone from the United States to discuss the US Presidential Election. Yuiki can give a Japanese-American take and discuss how the US president election is being viewed in Japan and Asia.   He can frame that discussion as it ties to the themes in Okawa’s latest book, The Laws of Justice.  


Yuki to discuss 2016 Presidential Election:

  • If you look at the advisors on the foreign policy for Clinton and Trump, you can see that President Hillary Clinton will keep the current policy against North Korea’s nuclear bomb issue by just discussing with other countries while President Trump will attack North Korea, which is what Asia and Japan really need.


  • President Trump is better for Japan and Asia in terms of defending North Korea’s nuclear bombs, because Trump will encourage Japan and South Korea to have the own nuclear bombs, which is not what North Korea want and the real threat for the North Korea.


  • President Trump will let Japan and Russia solve the long year territorial dispute and make a peace treaty while the Obama administration has been on alert against that movement and blocking it.


  • Asia and Japan are threatened by a Chinese invasion in South China Sea. We will not expect both Hillary and Trump to give a real pressure to China and that will increase the regional risk. But what China do not really what will be the new relations between Trump and Putin.