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Japan: pressure from populist right to scrap 'peace constitution' after 75 years

By Ra Mason, Lecturer in International Relations and Japanese Foreign Policy, University of East Anglia
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Since 1945, Japan’s constitution has barred the country from possessing an army, navy or air force. All that could soon change.The Conversation

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