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Make Japan Great Again

9 October 2020 By Pete Sweeney

The longest-serving prime minister cut corners trying to cure the nation’s economic anaemia. His reforms fell short and his nationalism angered neighbours, Tobias Harris writes in “The Iconoclast”, but his legacy remains positive. Abe’s peers have much to learn from his mistakes.

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