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Inside and outside the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, thousands of people said a final goodbye to the consequential and longest serving prime minister of Japan.
Shinzo Abe’s quest for “normality” continues — in foreign policy, cultural pride, and possession of similar intelligence resources to other large democracies.
Beijing wouldn’t stop Chinese netizens celebrating the former Japanese prime minister’s death. Asahi Shimbun is doing the same with its senryu column.
The late Shinzo Abe’s long connection with India and support from all sides of the political spectrum leaves the relationship growing in a good direction.
A state funeral for the former prime minister is planned for the autumn, where more dignitaries are expected to arrive in Tokyo.
The former Japanese prime minister was a rare leader with a global perspective on foreign policy, explains former US Marine Corps colonel Grant Newsham.
Abe understood that the fate of many countries depends upon the security of Taiwan, and why a Taiwan contingency is also the world’s contingency.
American liberals cannot understand the greatness of Japan's longest serving prime minister.
Brainwashed by the CCP, they hate the former Japanese prime minister for supporting Taiwan. Posts sympathetic to the assassinated leader are deleted.