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With male imperial descendants dwindling, will Japan's leaders finally accept a female emperor?

By Masafumi Monden, Lecturer in Japanese Studies, University of Sydney
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Reform to allow a female emperor, or an emperor descended from the female line of the royal family, has ground to a halt. This is despite overwhelming public support for a change.The Conversation

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