|Yasuo Fukuda (Image: Wiki Commons)|
As Japan faces tense relations with China and South Korea, North Korea has been conducting nuclear tests and repeatedly launching missiles, resulting in heightened tensions in Northeast Asia. In Japan, there has even emerged talk on revising Japan's three non-nuclear principles of not possessing, not producing and not introducing nuclear weapons into the country.
Takakazu Matsuda, a special adviser to the Mainichi Shimbun, recently interviewed former Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, who is versed in Asian diplomacy, about the path on which Japan should travel. The interview follows below.
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