Meet the women shifting the political landscape in Japan

At least I’m not chauvinistic,” Yuriko Koike said, smiling. As Tokyo’s first female governor, Koike is used to breaking glass ceilings, reports CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz. Japanese politics have long been dominated by men, and some are hostile to …
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