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    There is rising tension on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea appears increasingly aggressive, conducing multiple missile tests. Meanwhile, relations between Japan and South Korea are quite poor. After South Korean activists placed a statue of “comfort women” in front of the Japanese Consulate General in Busan, South Korea, in December, the Japanese government recalled its ambassador to Seoul in protest.

    The U.S. military has sought to address this tension via “public diplomacy.” For example, in September, after North Korea had conducted its fifth nuclear weapons test, the U.S. Pacific Command published a 38-second video.


    The video seeks to emphasize U.S.-Japan-South Korea military cooperation to counter the growing threat from North Korea, even though Japan and South Korea do not have a formal alliance. The video shows U.S. B-1B bombers taking off from Andersen Air Force Base on Guam, being escorted first by Japanese F-2 fighters over Japanese territory and then by South Korean F-15 fighters over South Korean territory.

    The video also includes such statements: “US Air Force Strategic Bombers Trained with Fighter Aircraft from Japan and Republic of Korea,” “‘These Flights Demonstrate the Solidarity between South Korea, The United States, and Japan to Defend Against North Korea’s Provocative and Destabilizing Actions …’ — Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr., Commander of US Pacific Command,” and “Cooperation with Japan and the ROK Broaden capabilities to Defend Against Threats.”

    The video has since been viewed more than 100,000 times. But should we expect it to make any difference? Could it actually improve strained relations between Japan and South Korea?



    People who watched the video were more supportive of Japan-South Korea military cooperation. About 45 percent of those who watched the video supported further strengthening cooperation between Japan and South Korea, compared with 38 percent of those who watched the other video. There were similar increases in support for cooperation in other realms, such as the economy, environmental protection and disaster prevention — even though none of these are mentioned in the video.

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    There is rising tension on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea appears increasingly aggressive, conducing multiple missile tests. Meanwhile, relations between Japan and South Korea are quite poor. After South Korean activists placed a statue of “comfort women” in front of the Japanese Consulate General in Busan, South Korea, in December, the Japanese government recalled its ambassador to Seoul in protest.

    The U.S. military has sought to address this tension via “public diplomacy.” For example, in September, after North Korea had conducted its fifth nuclear weapons test, the U.S. Pacific Command published a 38-second video.


    The video seeks to emphasize U.S.-Japan-South Korea military cooperation to counter the growing threat from North Korea, even though Japan and South Korea do not have a formal alliance. The video shows U.S. B-1B bombers taking off from Andersen Air Force Base on Guam, being escorted first by Japanese F-2 fighters over Japanese territory and then by South Korean F-15 fighters over South Korean territory.

    The video also includes such statements: “US Air Force Strategic Bombers Trained with Fighter Aircraft from Japan and Republic of Korea,” “‘These Flights Demonstrate the Solidarity between South Korea, The United States, and Japan to Defend Against North Korea’s Provocative and Destabilizing Actions …’ — Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr., Commander of US Pacific Command,” and “Cooperation with Japan and the ROK Broaden capabilities to Defend Against Threats.”

    The video has since been viewed more than 100,000 times. But should we expect it to make any difference? Could it actually improve strained relations between Japan and South Korea?



    People who watched the video were more supportive of Japan-South Korea military cooperation. About 45 percent of those who watched the video supported further strengthening cooperation between Japan and South Korea, compared with 38 percent of those who watched the other video. There were similar increases in support for cooperation in other realms, such as the economy, environmental protection and disaster prevention — even though none of these are mentioned in the video.

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    South Korea needs to stop being such a little bitch about something that happened almost 100 years ago and shift its mind into the present day

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