Japan nationalizes 273 islets, aims to develop dozens of outposts amid territorial rows

“Once remote islands become uninhabited, it will become difficult to maintain their functions as outposts for conducting activities,” the ‘basic plan’ read, as cited by Japan News. Japan’s ruling party pushing for THAAD anti-missiles & strike …
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