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Japan wants to hold talks with the United States to relay its strong concern over the “no first use” policy for the U.S. nuclear arsenal that is being considered by Washington, Japanese government sources said Friday.

Opponents are worried that the landmark shift in policy would undermine the credibility of the nuclear deterrence provided to Japan and other allies under the U.S. nuclear umbrella, the sources said.

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