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Japan: Typhoons, earthquakes and missiles

After Japan experienced one of the most disastrous weekends in its history, a blogger [Ja] comments that “the odds of Japan getting devasted by typhoons and earthquakes are much higher than they are of it getting hit by a missile from a foreign country; however, the government is more preoccupied with and spending an enormous amount of money on missile defense but not enough on natural disaster contingency measures.”

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