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Under pressure on the Olympics, Japan's prime minister is saying little and hoping for a political lifesaver

By Donna Weeks, Professor of Political Science, Musashino University
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Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is sinking in the polls under intense criticism over his handling of the Tokyo Games. And yet, he may still get over the line in national elections this year.

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