Japan’s ruling party sees removing military ban as infeasible

TOKYO — Removing Japan’s constitutional ban on maintaining military forces would be politically infeasible, the vice president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party told The Nikkei, suggesting that a less drastic change to the pacifist charter would be …
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