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In the Algerian case, for instance, this has threatened to remilitarize the state, even under President Bouteflika's civilian rule.
The main opposition to his rapid-reaction force seems to be coming not from advocates of humane approaches to gang phenomena but rather from groups wary of plans to remilitarize the region along lines in keeping with US policy.
Eventually, under the pressures of the Cold War, Japan did cautiously remilitarize, but only under the banner of "Self Defense Forces," ground, maritime, and air units charged and equipped solely for limited defensive action.
More worrisome still for the Chinese leadership, with its vivid memories of the Second World War, Japan might be moved to remilitarize.
Largely unnoticed by the American public, Abe Shinzo and Japan's conservative government have been quietly but resolutely seeking to remilitarize Japan.
In fact, many allegedly puzzling issues in East Asian IR in general--such as Japan's failure to remilitarize or the general lack of regional balancing toward China--are surprising only if one observes the world from a realist standpoint.
The veteran politician, who was once a close ally to Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, made the comments when asked to address concerns in South Korea that Japan is trying to use the missile launches as a momentum to remilitarize.
The initial pressure to remilitarize Dai-Guard stems solely from the sense that having to rely on civilians impugns the Army's "honor.
Conversely, the Japanese might react not by asking Americans to leave but by choosing to remilitarize.
Apparently being aware of concerns especially in Asia that Japan may remilitarize and become a security threat, Ono emphasized that the system is ''purely defense-oriented'' and that it is not designed to attack other countries.