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End of Japan's Postwar Pacifism?

More on the Abe administration's secrecy bill, from Martin Fackler in the New York Times.

The secrecy bill, which sped through the lower house of Parliament on Tuesday and is expected to pass the upper house soon, is considered an initial step in Mr. Abe's efforts to turn Japan into what some here call a more "normal" nation, with fewer restrictions on its ability to protect itself and able to assume a greater regional role.  Read the article

Last modified on Monday, December 02, 2013

Published in: Dispatches
Tag:: Secrecy law

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