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Where Is Japan in Its Military Push Under Abe?
March 29, 2018

Where Is Japan in Its Military Push Under Abe?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Tokyo continues to made inroads in building up its capabilities as it confronts regional security threats.

Japan's Prime Minister Seeks 'Broad-Based Agreement' on Constitutional Revision
January 31, 2018

Japan's Prime Minister Seeks 'Broad-Based Agreement' on Constitutional Revision

By Thisanka Siripala
Abe makes a fresh attempt to reform Japan's pacifist constitution.
Japan Debates Changing Its Pacifist Constitution
May 18, 2017

Japan Debates Changing Its Pacifist Constitution

By Craig Mark
Can Shinzo Abe actually succeed in his plan to amend Article 9?

Abe’s New Vision for Japan's Constitution
May 05, 2017

Abe’s New Vision for Japan's Constitution

By Yuki Tatsumi
Japan's prime minister outlines his plan for revising Japan's constitution by 2020.

Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later
November 03, 2016

Celebrating Japan’s Constitution, 70 Years Later

By Dennis Blair and Daniel Bob
A look back at the past -- and ahead to the future -- of Japan's post-war constitution.

The Quest to Revise Japan's Constitution
June 02, 2016

The Quest to Revise Japan's Constitution

By Koji Sonoda
The Japan Conference is shaping public opinion using grassroots methods, in tandem with PM Shinzo Abe’s strategy.

Japan's New Security Legislation: A Missed Opportunity
July 16, 2015

Japan's New Security Legislation: A Missed Opportunity

By Yuki Tatsumi
By focusing solely on constitutionality, Japan missed the opportunity for a frank debate on its actual security policy.
The Truth About the Diet Security Legislation Debate
July 03, 2015

The Truth About the Diet Security Legislation Debate

By Ichiro Ozawa
Peace should be achieved through the Japanese Constitution, the UN Charter and the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty.

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