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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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Koichi Nakano, a professor of politics at Sophia University in Tokyo, saying that closer scrutiny of the proposed new security bills has prompted questions about the exact circumstances under which Japanese troops could fight overseas – questions that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has failed to answer. (Christian Science Monitor)

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