There are more effective tools than war for protection. War planning leads to wars. War making provokes danger. And war’s weapons risk intentional or accidental apocalypse. War planning leads to wars. “Speak softly and carry a big stick,” said Theodore Roosevelt, who
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We will watch various films about the Constitution of Japan (i.e., the "Peace Constitution"), think about its significance, and hear a talk by Koji Sugihara, who heads the Network Against the Japan Arms Trade (NAJAT). The following is a list of the films:
"How War is Made"
“Japan, the Country that Does Not Engage in War”
“1987, The Truth about the Struggle”
Admission is 2,500 yen. (Students: 1,500 yen).
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