Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/273

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PUBLIC LAW 103-337—OCT. 5, 1994 108 STAT. 2907 (4) such action should include (but not necessarily be limited to)— (A) the seeking of international sanctions against North Korea; and (B) the rescheduling of the Team Spirit exercises for 1994. SEC. 1325. REPORT ON SECURITY RELATIONSfflP BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN. (a) REPORT REQUIRED.— Not later than March 1, 1995, the Secretary of Defense shall submit a report to Congress regarding the security relationship between the United States and Japan. (b) CONTENT OF REPORT.— The report required by this section shall contain the following: (1) An evaluation of the security objectives that the United States hopes to achieve in its relationship with Japan. (2) An analysis of the threats, dangers, and risks to the United States and Japan in the Asia-Pacific region. (3) An explanation of the United States strategy for achieving its security objectives with Japan and in the Asia-Pacific region. (4) An evaluation of the role of the United States-Japan Security Treaty in achieving United States security objectives with Japan and in the Asia-Pacific region. (5) An analysis of the contributions that regional security discussions, consultations, or frameworks could make to the achievement of United States and Japanese security objectives. (6) A discussion of the process by which the United States and Japan address joint infi-astructure matters, such as land and training issues, throughout Japan, including Okinawa. (7) A description of the United States military facilities in Japan, including Okinawa, that have been transferred to Japan in the previous 10 years. (8) A description of the contribution that Japan makes to the costs incurred by the United States in stationing military forces in Japan. (9) A review of the United States military presence in Japan, including Okinawa, that contains the following information: (A) The number and location of United States personnel. (B) The number, size, and location of major United States military units. (C) An inventory and description of the utilization of United States military facilities, including their military, economic, and environmental aspects. (D) An explanation of the status of discussion between the United States and Japanese governments on joint infrastructure matters. (E) A description of United States training activities.