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Note: The special fund meeting was finally held as scheduled, and the international community was delighted that the situation
 The "special fund meeting" was finally held as scheduled, and the international community was delighted that the situation on the peninsula, once enveloped by "rage and fury", is expected to move towards denuclearization. However, a country may feel lost - Japan. In the course of the whole process, Japan has been brushing out in the news in a way that he would not like to see: the United States requires Japan to reduce the amount of nuclear material plutonium. This has poured cold water on Japan, which has been longing for nuclear weapons.
"Privilege" is spilled cold water
According to the "Japan economic news" reported that the United States government recently asked the Japanese side, asked Japan to reduce the amount of nuclear material plutonium. Plutonium can be separated from spent fuel from nuclear power plants and can be used as a raw material for nuclear weapons. The United States believes that in order to maintain the nuclear non-proliferation regime, Japan should limit the amount of plutonium.
As a source of nuclear weapons, plutonium is controlled by the nuclear non-proliferation mechanism. In principle, non nuclear weapon states (in addition to other countries other than the United States, Russia, Britain and France) prohibit the production of plutonium. The United States, on the grounds of Japan's resource shortage, has allowed Japan to separate plutonium from the spent fuel produced by nuclear power plants through the Japan US nuclear energy agreement.
In fact, holding large amounts of plutonium is the "normal state" of nuclear power in Japan. From the early twenty-first Century, Japan's stock of plutonium has reached 40 tons, and has been on the rise. According to the Japan economic news, at present, Japan has accumulated 47 tons of plutonium enough to produce 6000 nuclear bombs.
Japan's strong nuclear capability is an open secret. In June 2016, when Vice President Biden told us media, "Japan actually has the ability to have nuclear weapons overnight." In addition, Japan also has considerable capabilities in research and development of nuclear vehicles. The analysis generally believed that Japan actually had the material foundation of deploying the Trinity nuclear force.
In recent years, with the rendering of the Andouble administration on the situation on the peninsula, there have been many disturbing "nuclear claims" in Japan. In 2012, the Japanese government openly refused to sign a draft resolution on nuclear weapons reduction at the United Nations. Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo has published the "nuclear theory" several times, and Japanese hawkish conservatives have also publicly expressed that "Japan should not give up the choice of developing nuclear weapons". According to the poll conducted by Sankei Shimbun in 2015, 85% of the respondents agreed that Japan should "develop nuclear weapons".
"Special gold" brings variables
On the 12 day, President Trump and the supreme leader of the DPRK, Kim Jeong-eun, held a historic meeting in Singapore. The international community commended the leaders of the United States and the DPRK for their crucial step towards achieving the denuclearization of the peninsula. This has brought a variable for Japan's "nuclear dream".
Before the "special fund meeting", the situation on the peninsula was tense, and the DPRK threat has also become one of the focus of attention in Japan. In the annual military policy assessment of defense white paper, released last August, the Japanese government focused on the threat from North Korea. "North Korea may have miniaturized nuclear weapons and made nuclear warheads." This judgment has made Japanese hawk conservative forces a big deal. "Geopolitical changes are providing an opportunity window for Japan to become a nuclear power." Topalov, a professor of political economics at Meiji University in Japan, wrote in the "Diplomat" magazine that if Japan wants to develop nuclear weapons, there is no time to begin to develop better than it is now.
Today, the progress of the denuclearization of the peninsula has undoubtedly closed the window.
On the other hand, on the eve of the "special fund meeting", the US government asked Japan to reduce the quantity of plutonium, and the timing is also interesting. Japanese economic news reports that Japan's massive plutonium has triggered concerns over Japan's neighbours, and the United States and the international community are hard to open a particular net to Japan because of their tough stance on nuclear non-proliferation. Therefore, the United States national security conference calls on the Japanese government to take appropriate use and management measures for plutonium, including the upper limit of plutonium coverage, the release of measures to reduce plutonium retention, and the relevant Japanese and American common documents related to the automatic extension of the Japan US nuclear energy agreement.
The nuclear energy agreement between Japan and the United States, due to expire in July 2018, will be automatically extended in January. The agreement allows Japan to promote the reprocessing of spent fuel, which is the basis for Japan's nuclear fuel recycling policy. However, in the future, any party in Japan and the United States will terminate the agreement in 6 months if the notice is issued. Japan's energy policy is likely to disagree if Japan's plutonium ownership has been undiminished, and the United States is demanding readjustment, reprocessing or not allowing it to be allowed, the Japanese economic news said.
Unpopular and unpopular
Japan's Asahi news recently published the article titled "Japan's support for the American nuclear umbrella" is a trend against the "nuclear free world", which is not only passively protected by the "nuclear umbrella" in the United States, but also supported by strengthening its defense forces and making relevant laws. The article said that Japan and China are seeking to repair relations, and the head of the US and the United States and the DPRK have held their first talks in history. But the Japanese government is still insisting on promoting the containment of the Japan - US alliance rather than using the opportunity of dialogue in East Asia to achieve nuclear disarmament, which is completely against the tide.
For a long time, Japan's "nuclear weapon" has always been a very sensitive international topic. Japan's "nuclear weapon" will change the nature of the state, intensify the regional nuclear arms race and undermine the regional security environment.
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