• http://www.thedailybell.com, By Staff Report
Abe showed that he understands how the past must be handled in order to further important strategic goals. Like the NATO leaders at Normandy, Abe followed the playbook for reconciliation." Japan's premier Shinzo Abe has a reputation for policies and gestures that are offensive to World War II victims, but his recent speech to the Australian parliament was anything but. – The National Interest Dominant Social Theme: In the 21st century, countries like Japan must rearm. Military tensions demand it. Free-Market Analysis: Japan is going to create a standing army; supposedly truculent Premiere Shinzo Abe is leading the way. But there seems to be another side to Abe. Apparently, he can be politically astute and considerate when he wishes to be. At least that's what we read in The National Interest, which posted an article (see excerpt above) about his visit to Australia.
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