In Japan, new party challenges Abe with populist slogans; but little policy gap

Koike’s Party of Hope, formally launched on Wednesday with a slick promotion video and news conference, could attract voters … make policy initiatives harder and jeopardize his hopes of becoming Japan’s longest-serving premier.
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