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The USA Today, drawing on the work of the Cost of War Project, Quincy Institute, David Vine, William Hartung, and others, has gone beyond the limits of every other big corporate U.S. media outlet, and beyond what any member of the U.S. Congress has done, in a big new series of articles on wars, bases, and militarism.
A report produced by the No Fighter Jets Coalition estimates that the real cost of the planned purchase of 88 new fighter jets by the Canadian government will total $77 billion.
The Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs cordially invites you to join this online workshop to commemorate the 2021 Bikini Day. English-Japanese translation will be available.
Lee Jun Kyu (Institute for Unification and Peace Policy, Hanshin University)
Lee Jun Kyu worked as the Policy Office Head of the Civil Network for a Peaceful Korea from 2003 to 2010. He has written many columns and articles on nuclear issues, North-South Korean relations, and international politics related to East Asia.
Joseph Gerson (President, Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security)
Following his longtime service as Director of the Peace and Economic Security Program of the American Friends Service Committee, Joseph Gerson is now President of the Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security, Vice-President of the International Peace Bureau, and Co-convener of the Peace and Planet international network.
Roland Simbulan (Professor on Development Studies & Public Management, University of the Philippines)
Professor Roland Simbulan has taught at the University of the Philippines (U.P.) for the past 38 years. He was the National Chairperson of the Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition (NFPC) from 1988 to 2000 and has authored eight books on Philippine foreign policy, the CIA, Philippine-US security relations and US bases and nuclear weapons in the Philippines.
Yayoi Tsuchida (Assistant General Secretary, Japan Gensuikyo)
Yayoi Tsuchida was born in Ehime Prefecture and graduated from the Faculty of Law, Ryukoku University. She has worked at Japan Gensuikyo since 1991 after working at embassies of Arab states, and is now the assistant general secretary and the head of the international section. She has participated and spoke in U.N. conferences on the NPT and the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
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