Japan is repositioning. Domestically, with the collapse of his electoral support base, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe no longer looks like Teflon man. He has not been able to shake off scandals around what appear to be special deals for friends, while the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) suffered a major loss to Governor of Tokyo Koike Yuriko in the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly election in July. Yet the main opposition to the LDP at the national level, the Democratic Party, remains in tatters,...[Show more]
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|Source:||East Asia Forum Quarterly|
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