Disaster of Japanese Politics

Not only is Japan suffering from its longstanding recession started from the early 1990s, politics being messed up beyond all recognition become the big threat to the country as a whole.
On the late February, 2011, the Egyptian dictator, Hosni Mubarak finished thirty years of his monopoly on the politics; at the same time, more than twenty prime ministers were selected and resigned their job after ruining each others's efforts as well as getting in each other's way during the thirty years. Accordingly, Japanese leaders are less recognized in the international context, and such blocked the development of Japanese foreign diplomacies quite a few times as well as potential retro-cession of prewar territories Japan owned, especially the Japanese northern territories disputing with Russia, Senkaku-islands disputing with China and Taiwan, and Takeshima island with South Korea.


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