Last quote by Jeffrey Kingston
There has been an incredible concentration and centralization of power in the prime minister's office under Abe, unlike his predecessors, where power was widely distributed and the prime minister was one among many. Polls suggest he has got a long battle to get the public with him.
Mar 05 2017
Jeffrey Kingston has been quoted 7 times. The one recent article where Jeffrey Kingston has been quoted is Majority want Japan PM Abe to stay on until Tokyo 2020 Olympics: poll. Most recently, Jeffrey Kingston was quoted as having said, “I think the bump up was due to the feel-good factor of Japan doing well in the Olympics and 'Super Mario' is irrelevant.”.
Quotes by Jeffrey Kingston
Aug 29 2016
I think the bump up was due to the feel-good factor of Japan doing well in the Olympics and 'Super Mario' is irrelevant.
May 26 2016
He hopes to find inspiration to realize that agenda of disarmament, nonproliferation and then a nuclear-free world. Where better to start than Hiroshima, which will remind people of what is at stake?
May 26 2016
The key thing is to restore dignity. He realizes this is the unfinished business of reconciliation, that there is a long road from foe to friend.
Jan 28 2016
This is definitely not good news for Abe and it's going to make it harder to sell the TPP.
Jul 22 2013
So the hope is that he continues to focus on the economy. Clearly there is not public support for constitutional revision, there is not public support for upgrading Japan's defence profile. I think there is public support for efforts towards reconciliation with neighbours, so I think it would be counterproductive to show the world the nationalistic Abe.
Feb 07 2012
Possibilities for Japan to contribute to the modernisation and development of the Far East or Russia are enormous. And Russia would certainly stand to gain a great deal from that. Japanese companies would stand to gain a great deal from that, so there is a win-win situation.
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