Abe Heads To Australia After Step Back From Post-war Pacifism
A week after loosening curbs on Japan’s military, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe heads to Australia to bolster security ties and conclude a defence industry agreement that may help seal a deal to build Australia a fleet of stealth submarines. Abe will address a joint session of Australia’s parliament in Canberra on Tuesday, the first such speech by a Japanese prime minister, and meet his counterpart Tony Abbott.
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