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Strategic narratives and US military bases in Japan: How ‘deterrence’ makes the Marine base on Okinawa ‘indispensable’

Paul O'Shea has published a new article on the issue of US military bases in Japan in Media, War and Conflict.
photo of Paul O'Shea

The article examines how a controversial US Marine base in Okinawa is justified by the state and conservative media through the idea of 'deterrence'.

Read the full article here

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