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五月三十日、朝鮮に関して大きな進展があったという報道がありません。嵐の前の静けさなのか、2006年の時と同じような経過をたどっているのかよく分かりません。

アジア安全保障会議(シンガポール・五月二十九日、三十日、三十一日)からの報道ふたつについてコメントします:

★シンガポールで日米韓の防衛大臣三人が朝鮮に対して統一された対応をとる確認をしたそうです。

三カ国は朝鮮動乱が始まったときから同じ陣営にありますからとりたててどうということはありません。

産経【シンガポール=宮野弘之】浜田靖一防衛相は30日午後、シンガポールでゲーツ米国防長官、李相喜韓国国防相と会談し、北朝鮮の核実験や弾道ミサイルの発射について、「国連安全保障理事会決議などに対する明白な違反で、地域と国際社会の安全に対する深刻な脅威だ」との認識で一致。北朝鮮に核と弾道ミサイル計画の破棄と核拡散防止条約(NPT)体制への復帰を要求し、その実現のため、3カ国が「強力で統一された対応を取る」ことを確認した。


中国代表が朝鮮の核実験に反対したと述べたそうです。

全体のニュアンスが分かりません。

2006年の核実験を黙認した中国が今回は態度を改めるのかもしれません。
リップサービスであって2006年とおなじことなのかもしれません。

朝鮮動乱の同陣営である中露朝の三国がいまだに一枚岩なのかそうでないのかがみえません。

The Associates Press
"As a close neighbor of North Korea, China has expressed a firm opposition and grave concern about the nuclear test," said Lt. Gen. Ma Xiaotian, the second-in-command of China's military.



クリックしても分からない クリックしないと豚になる

http://blog.with2.net/link.php?310164

十位 228人 1000点




昨日トロントでクリントンとブッシュを囲む会があり、六千人集まったそうです。元大統領ふたりの猿芝居でみるべきものはありません。芝居の券は200ドルから2500ドル。役者のみいりはそれぞれ15万ドル。

あほくさいイベントをやるトロントの連中はイナカッペだとバンクーバーの斧魔が馬鹿にする。
TORONTO — Former President Bill Clinton really misses the presidency. “All of a sudden nobody plays a song,” he told an audience here on Friday, referring to “Hail to the Chief,” the anthem played at presidential events.

Former President George W. Bush hardly misses it at all. “Free at last,” he proclaimed before the same crowd at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. “I like being in Texas, and I do not miss the spotlight.”
But that was practically where the differences stopped as the two former presidents appeared for the first time on a stage together to discuss national and international policy. Each earned more than an estimated $150,000 for the appearance.
Some 6,000 people — or their corporate employers — paid from $200 to $2,500 to attend the event, a rare chance to see two former presidents, who served in succession, square off from opposite sides of the political spectrum.
What they got instead, while no less historic, was a glimpse of the strange-bedfellows-for-the-moment friendship between the two men, once bitter rivals.
Mr. Clinton made it clear from the start that he would avoid any major clashes with Mr. Bush, telling the crowd that the agreed-upon moderator, Frank McKenna, the former Canadian ambassador to the United States, would try to meet their expectations by turning the convention hall into a gladiators’ coliseum, but “we’ll do our best to thwart them.”
And as they settled into overstuffed chairs, Mr. Bush and Mr. Clinton became something of an ex-presidents’ support group, avoiding direct critiques of each other, or, for that matter, their future club member, President Obama (“I want you to understand that anything I say is not to be critical of my successor,” Mr. Bush said, “there are plenty of critics in American society.”)
When Mr. Clinton said one of his biggest regrets was the lack of United States action during the mass killings in Rwanda, saying “I have no defense,” Mr. Bush responded, “I think you’re being a little tough on yourself.” He added that Mr. Clinton’s lament that he should have sent troops ignored the fact that such deployments are not so simply done.
When Mr. Bush, in response to a question from Mr. McKenna — who shared his question topics with the former presidents beforehand — defended his policy toward the Darfur region of Sudan, Mr. Clinton got his back, in return. “I think he did about all he could do,” he said.
When Mr. McKenna raised the issue of Mr. Clinton’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy dealing with gay men and lesbians in the military, Mr. Bush said, “President Clinton handled it the right way.”
Mr. Clinton, however, said he no longer supported the policy and said his views on same-sex marriage, which he has opposed, were evolving.
And the two men had slightly different views on the trade embargo on Cuba. Mr. Bush made clear, gently, that he is less open to the opening of relations than Mr. Obama, and Mr. Clinton said he wanted to believe better relations were possible, joking that his view was “more like that of the current secretary of state,” his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
If there was anything that even bordered on a sharp exchange, it was the discussion over Iraq.
Mr. Clinton said he would have preferred for Mr. Bush to have given weapons inspectors more time in Iraq before invading and, in the meantime, “concentrated on Afghanistan.”
Mr. Bush said, with a hint of irritation, “I don’t buy the premise that our attention was distracted,” a rejection of the argument that the Iraq war came at the expense of progress in Afghanistan. Neither war was popular with the hundreds of protesters outside the center, though most of their vitriol was directed at Mr. Bush.
Afterward, even audience members who said they were awed by the experience of watching two former United States presidents on stage at the same time expressed surprise at the level of congeniality.
Indeed, though rarely reported upon, relations between the two men had begun to thaw significantly midway through Mr. Bush’s second term, after Mr. Bush teamed up Mr. Clinton and his father, the first President George Bush, on relief efforts after the tsunami in Asia and then, Hurricane Katrina.
Aides to Mr. Bush said he warmed to Mr. Clinton as his predecessor formed an affectionate bond with his father.
Mr. Clinton, meanwhile, offered frequent advice, sneaking into the White House for a secret lunch as early as 2007 to discuss Mr. Bush’s postpresidential plans.
Peter Baker contributed reporting.
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 ブッシュ政権末期、北朝鮮について、米軍幹部が、イラク・アフガンのような、空母機動部隊からの空爆などの「スマートな戦争」はできないが、第二次大戦の時のような「汚い戦争」ならできる。と発言したことがありました。
 戦争にきれいも汚いもないと思うのですが、軍人とは奇妙な生き物です。

 北朝鮮の「宣戦布告」はこれまでも何十回も言われていますので、さほど気にすることは無いと思いますが、軍部の「暴発」(かつての日本のように)が起きることが一番心配です。

 現実問題としては、韓国も日本も、アメリカと安全保障条約を結んでおり(好きか嫌いかは別として)、北朝鮮が暴発すれば、少なくとも同等の、多分体制転覆になるまでの攻撃が待っているのは、北朝鮮の指導部もわかっているでしょう。

 アメリカが次にどのような手を打つかに関心があります。
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