Politics in Japan: Enraptored - The Economist

Politics in Japan: Enraptored

Politics in Japan: Enraptored - The Economist
Politics in Japan: Enraptored
Published Aug 15, 2015
996 words — Published Aug 15, 2015
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In the face of falling popularity, the prime minister seems unconcerned AS HIS handlers grow more jittery because of public dissatisfaction over his moves to nudge Japan away from pacifism, the prime minister, Shinzo Abe, grows only...

  
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