” What should one aspire once achieving freedom?
I believe there should be “Compassion.” Liberalism should go beyond personal freedom, and ensure others are also offered opportunities to go forward, to ensure progress. Such compassionate politics is seriously needed in today’s world…”
A Guidebook to Japanese Politics and Diplomacy,
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G-ZERO Sumit 2018
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Forget sanctions, reining in North Korea will need a whole new approach
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