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In Japan, Shinzo Abe's Replacement Faces Daunting Challenges

NYTimes.com Saturday, 29 August 2020
The coronavirus, a tanking economy, an aggressive China, a postponed Olympics, a U.S. election: That’s just the start. And any successor will confront those challenges without the stature of Shinzo Abe.
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