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Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for Japan

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Abe plan for land-attack counterpunch could mark major military shift for JapanTOKYO — Months before he announced his resignation, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe set in motion a policy change that could for the first time allow Japan’s military to plan for strikes on land targets in China and other parts of Asia. Japan’s Self Defence Forces are geared toward stopping attackers in the air and the sea. The policy change would direct the military to create a doctrine for targeting enemy sites on land – a mission that would require the purchase of long-range weapons such as cruise missiles. If adopted by the next government, the policy would mark one of the most significant shifts in Japan’s military stance since the end of World War Two. It...
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