Yaponii shine yurunhii said Yukio Hatoyama-giin NYTimes-d hevluulsen mash sonirholtoy op-ed - A New Path for Japan. Hervee oiriin ireeduin Yaponiig yurunhii saidiinh ni helj bui shig barimjaalah yum bol neleed sonirholtoy dur zurag garch ireh ni. Uuntey uyaldaad manaih ch gesen gadaad bodlogodoo neleed uurchlult oruulah shaardlagatay boloh ni gartsaaguy.
Our responsibility as politicians is to refocus our attention on those non-economic values that have been thrown aside by the march of globalism. We must work on policies that regenerate the ties that bring people together, that take greater account of nature and the environment, that rebuild welfare and medical systems, that provide better education and child-rearing support, and that address wealth disparities.
On Japan's new regional role:
[...] we must not forget our identity as a nation located in Asia. I believe that the East Asian region, which is showing increasing vitality, must be recognized as Japan’s basic sphere of being. So we must continue to build frameworks for stable economic cooperation and security across the region.
I believe that regional integration and collective security is the path we should follow toward realizing the principles of pacifism and multilateral cooperation advocated by the Japanese Constitution. It is also the appropriate path for protecting Japan’s political and economic independence and pursuing our interests in our position between the United States and China.
On new world order:
How should Japan maintain its political and economic independence and protect its national interest when caught between the United States, which is fighting to retain its position as the world’s dominant power, and China, which is seeking ways to become dominant?The last passage reminds me of Baabar's latest article.
This is a question of concern not only to Japan but also to the small and medium-sized nations in Asia. They want the military power of the U.S. to function effectively for the stability of the region but want to restrain U.S. political and economic excesses. They also want to reduce the military threat posed by our neighbor China while ensuring that China’s expanding economy develops in an orderly fashion. These are major factors accelerating regional integration.
Tovchhondoo bol Hatoyama-giin Yapon neleed anti-capitalist handlagatay, bus nutgiin integration-g manlailahiig oroldson uls boloh ni. Harin uunii ur dagavar biden deer yaj tusah ve? Any opinions?