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131 The first report of the new Committee in 1975 offered a further opportunity to restate Japan’s case for the need of Charter review. Whereas the German statement is very brief and general, the Japanese one is longer and more detailed. 133 From then on, referring to the need of the deletion of the enemy clauses (at times clad in formulations like ‘certain obsolete provisions of the Charter’) became a standard feature of many Japanese statements until the beginning of the 1980s. 138 The polarization about Charter review made it clear that this tactic to prepare the ground for a higher status of Japan in the Security Council had no chance of immediate success.
55 Tsuruoka became the mentor of Owada Hisashi (himself having a legal background) who was his assistant during his annual visits to the International Law Commission in Geneva. Owada joined him finally in New York in July 1968 to work on UN General Assembly Committee 6 matters which included the discussion of the Charter review. Another diplomat at that time with strong interest in Charter review was Amou Tamio who was director of the UN Political Division from July 1969 to August 1972. 56 He also served as delegate to the Conference of the Committee on Disarmament (later called Conference on Disarmament) in Geneva of which Japan became a member in 1969.
64 Aichi’s speech on 19 September 1969 at the General Assembly had as its main theme the ‘Struggle for Peace’ and the thrust of the speech was how to improve the UN. This had been a familiar subject in most autumn speeches before, but Aichi was much more specific. It is in this context and questioning the performance of the UN that he suggested to review the composition and voting method of the Security Council. 67 Although it is easy to read between the lines Japan’s bid for a permanent Security Council seat, this intention was made absolutely clear in press background briefings by Aichi himself as well as by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.