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Channel NewsAsia
Japan's Koike says her party offers centrist choice to votersher Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 8 days ago
her Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by Abe, such as former defence minister Shigeru Ishiba. She told Reuters on Friday that all options were on the table regarding whom her party would back when... Read more
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9d
Reuters
Japan's Koike says her party offers centrist choice to votersher Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by
Reuters / Posted 9 days ago
her Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by Abe, such as former defence minister Shigeru Ishiba. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L), who is also ruling Liberal Democratic Party leader and Head of... Read more
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9d
EuroNews
Japan's Koike says her party offers centrist choice to votersher Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
her Party of Hope may tie up with some LDP lawmakers who have been alienated by Abe, such as former defence minister Shigeru Ishiba. She told Reuters on Friday that all options were on the table regarding whom her party would back when... Read more
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10d
San Antonio Express-News
Japan election a branding battle as party pledges convergeemerged after almost five years in office and a series of cronyism scandals ear
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
emerged after almost five years in office and a series of cronyism scandals earlier this year. Former defense minister Shigeru Ishiba said in a speech at the weekend that Koike was trying to achieve the same thing as the LDP by different means,... Read more
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10d
Channel NewsAsia
Tokyo Governor Koike leaves door open for ruling party PM post electiontrend in which our Party of Hope can achieve this." In the interview with the
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
trend in which our Party of Hope can achieve this." In the interview with the Asahi, Koike praised former defence minister Shigeru Ishiba, whom she backed in a 2012 LDP leadership race won by Abe, and lauded Internal Affairs Minister Seiko Noda for... Read more
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10d
Reuters
Tokyo Governor Koike leaves door open for ruling party PM post electiontrend in which our Party of Hope can achieve this.” In the interview with the
Reuters / Posted 10 days ago
trend in which our Party of Hope can achieve this.” In the interview with the Asahi, Koike praised former defense minister Shigeru Ishiba, whom she backed in a 2012 LDP leadership race won by Abe, and lauded Internal Affairs Minister Seiko Noda for... Read more
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19d
The Chippewa Herald
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Fremont Tribune
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Fremont Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Missoulian
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Missoulian / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The World
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
The World / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The Times and Democrat
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
The Times and Democrat / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Lincoln Journal Star
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The Sentinel
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
The Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Santa Maria Times
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Santa Maria Times / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The Times of Northwest Indiana
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Sioux City Journal
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Sioux City Journal / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
Rapid City Journal
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Rapid City Journal / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The Bismarck Tribune
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakeelection victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as form
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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19d
Arizona Daily Sun
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakethis year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his onc
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 19 days ago
this year, but the plunge in his popularity this summer chipped away at his once rock-solid position. A big-enough election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru... Read more
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19d
The Register Citizen
Japan's election: A new challenger and what's at stakeelection victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as form
The Register Citizen / Posted 19 days ago
election victory would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
WLOX-TV Biloxi
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
Hawaii News Now
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
Hawaii News Now / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
WFTV 9 Orlando
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
San Francisco Chronicle
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
ABC News
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
ABC News / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime minister through the... Read more
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21d
The Middletown Press
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
The Middletown Press / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
MyMotherLode.com
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
The Bismarck Tribune
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
FOX News
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
FOX News
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
San Antonio Express-News
Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
WSOC-TV Charlotte
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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21d
The Register Citizen
Q&A: Why Japan's Prime Minister Abe is calling an electionbig-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such
The Register Citizen / Posted 21 days ago
big-enough election win would help him keep at bay potential challengers, such as former Cabinet members Fumio Kishida and Shigeru Ishiba. Q: What's at stake? A: If he wins another three-year term as party leader, he could continue as prime... Read more
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