Asia Times Online published Gateway House's Michael Burn's Article Japan Playing with Fire. He argues that newly elected President Shinto Abe has plans to alter the constitution that might lead to a re-armed Japan, with a larger military force.
Instructor, Post University, and Documentary Filmmaker
Michael Burns, Ph.D., is the producer/director of five documentary films, EMDR, Third Party, Preventive Warriors, Majority Rules, and Laban. He’s a native of Connecticut, U.S., and a veteran of the U.S. student anti-sweatshop movement. His current work mostly focuses on political issues involving military conflict and on perceptions of democracy. In addition to directing, editing, and producing for screen and the small stage, Michael works closely with street children programs in Mumbai. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, photography, game-making, and improvisation.
Ph.D, Documentary Film-making
U.S. foreign policy, military conflict, documentary film-making
Last modified: June 30, 2017
After winning control of the legislature on July 21, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has plans to alter the Constitution. In ways that could lead to a rearmed Japan, with a large defence force. What will be the consequences of this new face of Japan?
Asia Times Online published Gateway House's Michael Burn's Article on Japan Playing with Fire. He argues that newly elected President Shinto Abe has plans to alter the constitution that might lead to a re-armed Japan, with a larger military force.
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