Exceptions that make the rule? Koizumi Jun'ichiro and political leadership in Japan
The orthodox view or 'rule' of Japanese politics over past decades has been that Japanese leadership is weak and reactive. As such, Koizumi Jun'ichirō, a recent Japanese prime minister, is seen as a great exception to this rule. This article seeks to re-
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