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Manabu Sato

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Okinawa International University

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Okinawa International University

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Agent Orange on Military Lands in Okinawa? - Civilian Exposure

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Such complacency does not surprise Manabu Sato, a professor in political science at Okinawa International University, which is situated adjacent to the Futenma base.
"All available data regarding the contamination must be presented to Okinawan communities - but the U.S. government will not do so, nor will the Japanese government demand such action. Both governments want to conceal any past transgressions committed by the U.S. military on Okinawa so as not to fire up anti-U.S. military sentiment," he said. The tacit admission of toxic contamination at Futenma will be particularly troubling for the U.S. government.


Agent Orange Updates

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Such complacency does not surprise Manabu Sato, a professor in political science at Okinawa International University, which is situated adjacent to the Futenma base.
"All available data regarding the contamination must be presented to Okinawan communities - but the U.S. government will not do so, nor will the Japanese government demand such action. Both governments want to conceal any past transgressions committed by the U.S. military on Okinawa so as not to fire up anti-U.S. military sentiment," he said. The tacit admission of toxic contamination at Futenma will be particularly troubling for the U.S. government.


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"Although reversion looked like a favor by the U.S., it was actually a great deal for the Pentagon - it could keep using the bases without needing to pay for them," says Manabu Sato, a professor of political science at Okinawa International University.


SPFUSA - Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA

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Manabu Sato, Professor, Okinawa International University


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Manabu Sato, Professor, Okinawa International University
Manabu Sato, currently a professor at Okinawa International University, graduated from Waseda University and Pittsburgh University. Two of his works are US Congress and its Activities toward Japan: 1980-1990 and Futenma/Henoko and the Bible Discourse: American Foreign and Domestic Policies . He also wrote "Forced to 'Choose' its Own Subjugation: Okinawa's Place in U.S. Global Military Realignment".


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