It has been a year since Japan passed its controversial national security bill, and the country is preparing to put its expanded military powers to use. In October, the government will decide whether to allow peacekeeping personnel to defend foreign soldiers or civilians under attack in South Sudan. The decision will be made based on public opinion and training progress. If the new duties are added, peacekeeping action plans will be revised as early as October, then put forward for approval by the cabinet.
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