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Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution
July 20, 2015

Shinzo Abe and the Japanese Constitution

By Jared Genser and Michelle Brignone
When it comes to his new security legislation, the prime minister should listen to the Japanese people.
Respecting the Japanese Constitution
May 28, 2015

Respecting the Japanese Constitution

By Ichiro Ozawa
What the Abe government plans goes beyond a constitutional amendment.

The Dangerous Japan-U.S. Defense Guidelines Revisions
May 13, 2015

The Dangerous Japan-U.S. Defense Guidelines Revisions

By Ichiro Ozawa
A Japanese opposition leader on what is wrong with the changes to The Guidelines for Japan-U.S. Defense Cooperation.

Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline
April 08, 2015

Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline

By Andrew Oplas
Shinzo Abe’s constitutional reinterpretation has the potential to pay big dividends for the nation.

US Missile Defense in South Korea 'Concerns' China
February 06, 2015

US Missile Defense in South Korea 'Concerns' China

By Ankit Panda
Plus, Japan's constitutional reform, Russian Air Force bombers, and shifting Indian defense priorities.
Japanese Constitutional Overhaul in 2015? Don't Count On It
January 07, 2015

Japanese Constitutional Overhaul in 2015? Don't Count On It

By Ankit Panda
Yes, Abe and the LDP are looking good after December's elections, but they still won't get constitutional reform.

Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate
December 20, 2014

Shinzo Abe’s New Mandate

By Kristin Surak
Abe’s win at the polls signals a democracy in disarray and a shift to a neo-nationalist agenda.
Ishihara’s Stealth Attack on the Japanese Constitution
November 08, 2014

Ishihara’s Stealth Attack on the Japanese Constitution

By Aurelia George Mulgan
The right-wing politician cites a supposed grammatical error as justification for a new constitution.

‘New Nationalism’ in Japan
August 21, 2014

‘New Nationalism’ in Japan

By Dennis McCornac
A turn toward military normalization threatens Japan position as a peaceful international leader.

Tokyo’s Subtle Revolution
July 11, 2014

Tokyo’s Subtle Revolution

By Nick Bisley
Abe’s Constitutional reinterpretation will have profound implications for the Asia-Pacific.

Shinzo Abe’s Constitutional Ambitions
June 12, 2014

Shinzo Abe’s Constitutional Ambitions

By Jeremy A. Yellen
Despite widespread opposition, Japan’s PM is determined to reinterpret the constitution.
Recommendations for the Future Balance of U.S.-Japan Relations
May 19, 2014

Recommendations for the Future Balance of U.S.-Japan Relations

By Will Atkins
A government’s panel on collective self-defense will face challenges at home and abroad, but is important for the alliance.

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