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  • #26
    He abierto un nuevo hilo en el area de historia, los invito seguir esta discucion por alla.

    Saludos
    猿も木から落ちる。 (Saru mo ki kara ochiru)

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    • #27
      Originalmente publicado por Arquitecto Ver Mensaje
      Con el vecindario que tiene Japon, creo que es el precio a pagar por tener relativa estabilidad. La otra es gastar una fortuna en defensa, que dada la situacion economica, no creo que sea una opcion viable.
      Creen realmente que a Japón le sale gratis tener a los americanos como invitados???

      AGREEMENT BETWEEN
      JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA CONCERNING NEW SPECIAL MEASURES RELATING TO
      ARTICLE XXIV OF THE AGREEMENT
      UNDER ARTICLE VI OF THE TREATY OF
      MUTUAL COOPERATION AND SECURITY
      BETWEEN JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, REGARDING FACILITIES AND AREAS AND
      THE STATUS OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES IN JAPAN
      New York September 27,1995

      Japan and the United States of America,
      Confirming that the United States armed forces maintained in Japan under the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America (hereinafter referred to as "the Treaty") and the Agreement under Article VI of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America, Regarding Facilities and Areas and the Status of United States Armed Forces in Japan (hereinafter referred to as "the Status of Forces Agreement"), both signed at Washington on January 19, 1960 (hereinafter referred to as "the United States armed forces"), contribute to the security of Japan and the maintenance of international peace and security in the Far East,


      Recalling that, for the purpose of maintaining stable employment of the workers who are employed by Japan and render labor services to the United States armed forces or to the organizations provided for in paragraph 1 (a) of Article XV of the Status of Forces Agreement (hereinafter referred to as "the workers") and ensuring the effective operations of the United States armed forces, various measures were provided for, inter alia, special measures relating to Article XXIV of the Status of Forces Agreement which sets forth the principles on the sharing of expenditures incident to the maintenance of the United States armed forces in the Agreement between Japan and the United States of America concerning New Special Measures relating to Article XXIV of the Agreement under Article VI of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America, Regarding Facilities and Areas and the Status of United States Armed Forces in Japan, signed at Washington on January 14, 1991, Noting situations involving both countries, Recognizing that, for the purpose of ensuing the effective operations of the United States armed forces, it is necessary to take new special measures relating to Article XXIV of the Status of Forces Agreement,


      Have agreed as follows:

      ARTICLE I
      Japan will bear, for the duration of this Agreement, all or a part of the expenditures in paying the following wages to the workers:

      a.base pay, daily wage of daily employees, special term employees salary, hourly pay temporary employees hourly pay and theater personnel wage;
      b.adjustment allowance, discharge allowance, family allowance, summer allowance, remote area allowance, special work allowance, summer allowance, year end allowance, cold area allowance, retirement allowance including retirement allowances for workers separated by the United States armed forces or by the organizations provided for in paragraph 1 (a) of Article XV of the Status of Forces Agreement through reduction in force and for duty-connected disability or death due to duty-connected injury or illness, involuntary severance bonus for employees affected by reduction in force, pro rata bonus for employees affected by reduction in force, commutation allowance, conversion allowance, position conversion allowance, term end allowance, night duty allowance, housing allowance, unaccompanied duty allowance, additional schedule pay, overtime pay, hourly pay temporary employees premium pay, holiday pay, night differential , non-work allowance and daily pay authorized for duty-connected illness or injury for hourly pay temporary employees; and
      c.allowance for lump sum payment to mariners for unexecuted annual leave, dangerous cargo allowance, engagement allowance, engine room allowance, engine work allowance, fire-fighting allowance, foreign ship bonus, foreign voyage allowance, labor allowance, reporting allowance, small vessel allowance, tanker allowance, towage allowance and master and chief engineer allowance.
      ARTICLE II
      Japan will bear, for the duration of this Agreement, all or a part of the expenditures in paying costs of the following procured for official purposes in Japan by the United States armed forces, or by authorized procurement agencies of the United States armed forces upon appropriate certification:

      a.electricity, gas, water supply and sewerage from public utilities; and
      b.fuels for heating, cooking and hot water supply not included in (a) above.
      ARTICLE III
      With regard to training that the United States armed forces conduct using any specific facilities and areas among those facilities and areas the use of which is granted to the United States of America under Article VI of the Treaty (hereinafter referred to as "facilities and areas"), in cases where the United States of America, upon a request of the Government of Japan made at the Joint Committee provided for in paragraph 1 of Article XXV of the Status of Forces Agreement (hereinafter referred to as "the Joint Committee"), changes to the use of other facilities and areas instead of using the said specific facilities and areas all or a part of the said training, Japan will bear all or a part of the additional expenditures incident to such changes, provided that the Government of Japan, on making the above mentioned request, notifies the Government of the United States of America that Japan will bear expenditures in accordance with the provisions of this Article.

      ARTICLE IV
      Japan will determine, for each Japanese fiscal year, the actual amount of the expenditures that Japan will bear under Article I, Article II and Article III respectively and will promptly notify the United States of America of such determination.

      ARTICLE V
      Japan and the United States of America may consult on all matters regarding the operation of this Agreement through the Joint Committee.

      ARTICLE VI
      This Agreement shall be approved by Japan and the United States of America in accordance with their respective internal legal procedures. This Agreement shall enter into force on April 1, 1996 provided that diplomatic notes indicating such approval have been exchanged, and shall remain in force until March 31, 2001.

      IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, duly authorized for the purpose, have signed the present Agreement.

      DONE in duplicate at New York in the Japanese and English languages, both equally authentic, this twenty-seventh day of September, 1995.

      FOR JAPAN:
      Yohei Kono
      FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
      Warren Christopher


      http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/n-ameri...q&a/ref/4.html

      Esto le cuesta a Japón la "insignificante" suma de 2 billones de dólares anuales que pagamos todos los contribuyentes.

      Saludos.
      Editado por última vez por Y56; 21/01/2011, 08:26:19.
      猿も木から落ちる。 (Saru mo ki kara ochiru)

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      • #28
        Otra raya mas al tigre... Ex ministro Hatoyama mintió con el cuento de la "disuasión" de las fuerzas armadas norteamericanas como maniobra política, ante la imposibilidad de llegar a un acuerdo con los americanos sobre la relocalización de la base Futenma.


        http://mdn.mainichi.jp/perspectives/...na001000c.html

        Saludos.
        猿も木から落ちる。 (Saru mo ki kara ochiru)

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        • #29
          2 noticias importantes del día de hoy 22 de julio.

          La primera tiene que ver con el arribo de los ospreys y la oposición de la población de Okinawa e Iwakuni (japan times) , y la segunda, sobre el lamentable accidente de un F-16 cerca a las costas de Hokkaido (asahi).

          Saludos
          猿も木から落ちる。 (Saru mo ki kara ochiru)

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          • #30
            Originalmente publicado por Y56 Ver Mensaje
            2 noticias importantes del día de hoy 22 de julio.

            La primera tiene que ver con el arribo de los ospreys y la oposición de la población de Okinawa e Iwakuni (japan times) , y la segunda, sobre el lamentable accidente de un F-16 cerca a las costas de Hokkaido (asahi).

            Saludos
            Asi es... aqui la noticia breve del F-16...

            El caza estadounidense se estrella frente a la costa de Japón...



            Cerca de la costa norte de Japón hoy se estrelló un caza estadounidense F-16.
            El avión cayó al mar cerca de la ciudad de Nemuro.

            El piloto logró eyectarse. Ahora se están haciendo esfuerzos para llevarlo a la tierra. Al área del accidente fueron enviados barcos de la Guardia Fronteriza y un avión. Las causas del incidente aún no se conocen.
            Fuente: http://spanish.ruvr.ru/2012_07_22/ca...usa-accidente/
            "Quien no extraña la Unión Soviética, no tiene corazón."
            "Quien la quiere de vuelta, no tiene cerebro."

            Vladímir Vladímirovich Putin

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