Analysis: Japan's new cabinet likely to be long on loyalty, short on reform
Incoming Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet looks likely to be heavy on close allies, with a few party rivals added to fend off criticism of cronyism, but few see signs that the line-up will produce creative reform policies.
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Liberal Democratic Party Is Coming Back
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