The Rise of 'Abegeopolitics': Japan's New Engagement with the World

Takashi Inoguchi
September 2014
Global Asia;Fall2014, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p30
This article discusses the attempt of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to revive the economy of Japan. Topics covered include the economic struggles of Japan, Abe's proclamation of his geopolitical approach, called "Abenomics" in March 2013, the goals of Abegeopolitics and the origins of Abegeopolitics.


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