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Nationalist Favorite Shinzo Abe a Step Closer to Japan’s Top Job

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TOKYO, Sept. 20 — Shinzo Abe, the nationalist who has pledged to make his country a more robust force on the world stage, won the contest to become leader of Japan’s ruling party Wednesday, all but clinching election as prime minister next week. (Washington Post — 52 minutes ago)
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TOKYO, Sept. 26 — Nationalist Shinzo Abe, a proponent of a tight alliance with the United States and a more assertive military, won election as Japan’s new prime minister Tuesday, scoring comfortable majorities in both houses. (Washington Post — 52 minutes ago)
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Nationalist Favorite Shinzo Abe a Step Closer to Japan’s Top Job
Nationalist Favorite Shinzo Abe a Step Closer to Japan’s Top Job

TOKYO, Sept. 26 — After easily winning election in votes by parliament, Japan’s new prime minister, Shinzo Abe, pledged Tuesday to repair tattered relations with China, bolster his country’s long-standing alliance with the United States and overhaul the pacifist constitution. (Washington Post — 52 minutes ago)
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TOKYO, Oct. 2 — Seeking to mend Japan’s deteriorating relations with its neighbors, Japanese officials on Monday said they were moving quickly to arrange summit meetings between freshly inaugurated Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his counterparts in China and South Korea. (Washington Post — 53 minutes ago)
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The newly installed administration of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is moving rapidly to improve estranged relations with China and South Korea. (New York Times — 9 hours ago)
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North Korea’s neighbors rushed on Wednesday to forge a common front following Pyongyang’s threat of a nuclear test, announcing a series of summits over the next week to coordinate policy and soothe frayed relations. (International Herald Tribune — 11 hours ago)
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Japan’s new nationalist prime minister pledged to make his country a decisive force on the international stage and push for a reduction of tensions with China and South Korea. (International Herald Tribune — 30 September, 2006)
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