Japan’s Abe to Make Swansong Push for Missile-Strike Capability

Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected to make a statement on missile defense strategy that could alter his country’s security stance long after he leaves office.

Abe’s remarks Friday will include a reference to gaining the capacity to attack enemy missile bases, local media including public broadcaster NHK reported. The new policy would be within the boundaries of international law, the country’s war-renouncing constitution and its exclusively defensive national…

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