Mitsuo Ohashi, president of the World Federalist Movement of Japan, stated at the 75th anniversary general meeting of the Japanese Parliamentary Committee for World Federation that 80 years have passed since the end of World War II and that we are currently in the greatest crisis since the war ended. (23/05,2024)

Mitsuo Ohashi, president of the World Federalist Movement of Japan, stated at the 75th anniversary general meeting of the Japanese Parliamentary Committee for World Federation that 80 years have passed since the end of World War II and that we are currently in the greatest crisis since the war ended. For more information, please see the full text of the article. (23/05,2024)

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Seiji Maehara, a member of the House of Representatives, stated that diplomacy is not about maintaining the status quo or focusing on reality, but rather, in the words of Masataka Kosaka, “putting ideal wings on real politics.(2024,23/05)

I was a student of Masataka Kosaka when I was in college, so I have a realism-based way of thinking, and I was involved in diplomacy from that perspective when I was Minister of Foreign Affairs. However, I am sure you know that diplomacy cannot be improved by simply maintaining the status quo or focusing on reality. To borrow a phrase from Mr. Kosaka, “Diplomacy is about attaching the wings of ideals to the politics of reality.” I would like to work together with all of you to achieve this firmly.(2024,23/05)

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Japan’s Role in Ensuring that the United Nations Can Maintain International Peace(23/05/2024)

Former Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (LDP) Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Iwao HORII, a member of the House of Councilors, questioned how the UN can maintain international peace in light of the situation in Taiwan, which is under pressure from China, a permanent member of the UN Security Council, and in Ukraine, where Russia, a permanent UN member with veto power, has invaded. He stated that Japan has earned the trust of other countries and must fulfill its responsibilities and roles in various areas, including the rule of law, to ensure that the United Nations can maintain international peace.

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Fumio Kishida, the 101st Prime Minister of Japan, delivered a congratulatory address at the 75th Anniversary General Meeting of the Japanese Parliamentary Committee for World Federation. (23/05,2024)

Fumio Kishida, the 101st Prime Minister of Japan, delivered a congratulatory address at the 75th Anniversary General Meeting for Japanese Parliamentary Committee for World Federation. For more information, please see the full text of the article(23/05,2024)

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Opening Remarks by ETO Seishiro, Senior Member of the House of Representatives, Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, and Chairman of the Japanese Parliamentary Committee for World Federalism(23/5,2024)

In his opening remarks at the 75th Anniversary General Meeting, Mr. Seishiro Eto, Chairman of the Japanese Parliamentary Committee for the World Federation, stated that he would like to propose to the Prime Minister’s Office after incorporating the discussions at the meeting and putting them in writing. (23/5,2024)

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A Turning Point for UN Security Council Reform(4/5/2024)

As the intergovernmental negotiating team is exploring options for UN Security Council reform in New York, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US Permanent Representative to the UN, spoke at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Tokyo on April 18. In response to a question from Professor Sukehiro Hasegawa, she stated that the US is interested in and actively exploring the possibility of expanding the membership of the UN Security Council, including the permanent membership of Japan, Germany, and India, along with major African and Latin American countries. However, it remains to be seen whether this proposal will be adopted by a two-thirds majority of the General Assembly members and ratified in accordance with the constitutional procedures of two-thirds of the member states of the United Nations, including all five current members of the Security Council. The Japanese government is called upon to exercise strong visionary leadership.

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At the end of the consultation meeting with members of the National Diet of Japan, Vice Chancellor of the O.P. Jindal Global University of India Raj Kumar presented the University robe to Mr. Seishiro ETO, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of the National Diet of Japan for World Federalism, Mr. Mitsuo OHASHI, Chairman of the Japan Society for World Federalism and Mr. Hisayuki FUJII, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Liberal Democratic Party. (23/4/2024)

At the end of the consultation meeting with members of the National Diet of Japan, Vice Chancellor of the O.P. Jindal Global University of India Raj Kumar presented the University robe to Mr. Seishiro ETO, Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee of the National Diet of Japan for World Federalism, Mr. Mitsuo OHASHI, Chairman of the Japan Society for World Federalism and Mr. Hisayuki FUJII, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Liberal Democratic Party. (23/4/2024)

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Minister Masahito Moriyama expresses his willingness to promote dialogue and cooperation between Japan and India in the areas of education and science and technology.(23/4/2024)

Minister Masahito Moriyama will promote dialogue and cooperation with India in both education and science and technology. India is one of the most important countries in the Global South and the Government of Japan is keen to strengthen relations with India. We also believe that Japan should learn from India, especially since India is advanced in science and technology.

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The Role of India and Japan in Building Global Governance in the New International Society – The Importance of Education(23/4/2024)

Minister of Education and Science MORIYAMA Masatoshi, and members of the National Diet of Japan exchanged their views with Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of the O.P. Jindal Global University, exchanged their views on the importance of education for Japan and India in strengthening the role of leadership in the international community. Please click here for what each participant said at the meeting. (23/4/2024)

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