In the wake of the Ukraine conflict, Shinzo Abe, Japan’s former prime minister and now head of the largest faction of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, has suggested that Japan consider hosting US nuclear weapons facilities, The Interpreter reported.
Abe’s suggestion was made in the context of Ukraine having renounced nuclear weapons in 1994, leaving itself vulnerable today, the Lowy Institute‘s daily publication said, amid concerns about China’s growing military assertiveness around Japan.
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