Monday, September 26, 2011

Confronting Agent Orange - Analysis

South Korea’s neighbor Japan has also been grappling with a similar confession from a U.S. veteran. Japan is another invaluable part of the U.S. strategy to strengthen its military presence across Northeast Asia, as well as in East Asia as a whole. However, the recent allegation will add considerable fuel to the anti-base movement in Japan. According to the soldier’s claim, the U.S. military dug a large pit and buried dozens of barrels of Agent Orange in an area around the town of Chatan on the island of Okinawa.

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