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Japan’s new defense minister ducks war aggression history

Japan’s new defense minister has declined to say whether Japan liberated or invaded Asian countries before World War Two, or if Japanese troops massacred civilians in China. On Thursday, Tomomi Inada held her first group interview and was asked to clarify her views on wartime history.  The new Defense Minister is known for her revisionist views of Japan’s wartime actions. She has called for a revamp of Japan’s war-renouncing constitution to ease the constraints on the military operating overseas

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