January 1, 2013

Stoking an Old Militarism in Japan

Japan Times, Japan Times

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Citizens should closely monitor the policies of the Abe administration and make their displeasure known if it tries to adopt policies that will make their lives more difficult or undermine Japan's dedication to pacifism, which has earned it the respect and trust of the international community.

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