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Simply put, Japan should make no enemies on either side, cooperate with both, and work for the peaceful resolution of East-West conflicts. The ‘one-sided peace treaty’ with the West and the signing of the US-Japan security treaty was diametrically opposed to the policy preferences of the Group. 21 These proposals resulted from the Group’s evaluation of the international impact of signing the ‘one-sided peace treaty’ and the USJapan security treaty as serving to heighten international tension. So far 32 DEMILITARIZATION: THE IMPACT OF PEACE THOUGHT from enhancing the security of the Japanese nation, the Group saw that the government’s policies would in fact threaten it.
But its position that ‘the unfolding logic of war destroys the original ideal’ not only applies to nuclear war, but to many wars of independence, which, in the unfolding logic of ‘violence for equality or justice’, often destroy the very ideals being fought for. In this sense, the Group was able to highlight an issue of perennial concern. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STATEMENTS The conclusion of the ‘one-sided peace treaty’ with the West, the signing of the US-Japan security treaty and the remilitarization of Japan are all concrete evidence of the Danwakai’s failure to influence the Japanese government’s ultimate choice of security policy.
Nevertheless, ‘unarmed neutralism’ did become the basis for the security policy proposed by the socialist opposition and the peace movement. It should also be noted that, throughout the cold war era, the demilitarized state remained a reference point in discussions on peace and security issues. As a result, fundamental questions seldom asked in ‘normal’ military states were frequently at the heart of mass-based attitudes. Why a military buildup? For what purpose? For whose benefit? Such questions were raised and continue to be raised in the post cold-war era in Japan.