Japan's Abe hopes for reform of pacifist charter by 2020

Acquiring such weapons would likely anger China, where bitter memories of Japan’s wartime aggression run deep. A separate survey released by Kyodo News on Saturday showed 49 percent of respondents said Article Nine needed to be revised, against 47 percent …
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