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May 27, 2024   Taiwan’s new President Lai Chingte is called the “most pro-Japanese politician” in Taiwan. In July 2022 when he was vice president, he visited Japan to pay his respects to former Prim...

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April 8, 2024   Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party has punished 39 of its National Diet members in connection with a Political Funds Control Act violation scandal. While Prime Minister and LDP ...

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March 25, 2024   Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has repeatedly said that he will pursue constitutional amendment before his term as president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party ends in Se...

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March 4, 2024   The governance of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party has been dysfunctional. In order to make a breakthrough in a dispute between ruling and opposition parties over who to at...

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February 5, 2024   The largest faction within Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party was destined to be disbanded. This is because the Abe faction, officially known as the Seiwa Policy Study Group,...

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January 22, 2024   Prime Minister Fumio Kishida who doubles as president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party has announced to dissolve a major LDP faction that he had led. In response, the larges...

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January 15, 2024   It is delightful that Lai Chingte of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party, who is pro-American and pro-Japanese and distances himself from China, won the presidential election th...

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November 20, 2023   At their first meeting in a year, the top Japanese and Chinese leaders, though reaffirming the comprehensive promotion of a “mutually beneficial relationship based on common stra...

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October 30, 2023   Is this the beginning of the end of the Kishida administration? Hiroshige Seko, secretary-general of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party in the House of Councillors, has openly qu...

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October 16, 2023   Prime Minister Fumio Kishida who fails to call terrorism “terrorism” may be disqualified as a national leader. There was a X (formerly Twitter) post by Kishida that led me to thin...

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