Shinzo Abe’s legacy looms large for the new Japanese chief minister Fu…

Shinzo Abe led Japan for nine years, longer than all of the country’s other post-World War II leaders. He served as chief minister between 2012 and 2020, when he resigned because of ill health, and before that in 2006 and 2007. It’s not quite an Angela Merkel-length reign, but, much like the departing German chancellor, Abe left a meaningful legacy on his country and international relations.

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