Japan Goes Neocon - Dumps Antiwar Constitution

Last September the Japanese Diet (parliament) passed legislation “reinterpreting” the nearly 70 year old strictly antiwar constitution to allow for the Japanese military to take part in overseas military operations not directly tied to the defense of Japan. Tens of thousands of Japanese took to the streets this week to protest the enactment of this new law. Will Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s desire to be part of Washington’s “pivot to Asia” lead to a fundamental change in Japan’s position in the region? Tune in to today’s Liberty Report by clicking on the play button in the video above.

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Daniel McAdams
for The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity