Japan’s Prime Minister Mulls Over the Region’s Worsening Security Environment
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Trevor Filseth

Japan, Asia

Kishida, previously regarded as a “dove” within Japan’s political system, has overseen expansions to Japan’s military in the wake of crises in eastern Asia.

Fumio Kishida, the newly elected prime minister of Japan, has reiterated his commitment to defending the country against threats posed by China and North Korea, indicating that “all options” would be on the table for Japan’s security. 

The prime minister made the remarks at his first troop review, which took...

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