- Michael Green: Abe abolishes Japan's security 'alibi'
- While anti-mainstream conservatives like Nobusuke Kishi and Yasuhiro Nakasone tried to take on more responsibilities and establish a more equal security partnership with the U.S.
- 1986 dual elections offer clue to Abe's plans
- And those high-stakes issues paint a political landscape strikingly similar to that in 1986, when then-Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone led the Liberal Democratic Party to an overwhelming victory in surprise simultaneous upper- and lower-house elections.
- [Wakamiya's Review from Tokyo] Is Japan heading toward constitutional revision
- It was the then Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone who invited Chun. On August 15, 1985, Nakasone paid an official visit to the Yasukuni Shrine to meet the right-wing forces' expectations.
- LDP gears up to revise Constitution
- Former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone, 96, has long campaigned for a revision and told Friday's rally that the current Constitution is “too abstract” and lacks values and principles based on Japan's own traditions.
- Japan ruling party gears up to revise pacifist constitution
- Former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone, 96, has long campaigned for a revision and told Friday's rally that the current constitution is "too abstract" and lacks values and principles based on Japan's own traditions.
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