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The administration has been criticized for the militarism of its foreign policy.
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Notable among these is China, which was partially occupied by Japan in the early 20th century and says Tokyo is reverting to militarism.
Beijing is quick to accuse Mr. Abe of returning Japan to militarism.
Rome's increasing militarism, as well as the romantic entanglements of Cleopatra VII, no doubt played a role.
Another major shift under Xi has been a greater focus on nationalism and militarism, with the President bringing the People's Liberation Army firmly under his control and holding a series of major military parades and drills.
But that early reckoning got bogged down in politics: The United States, together with Japanese liberals, decided the problem was Japanese militarism and gave the country a pacifist Constitution.
To some, elements of the sculpture — including the Archangel Michael slaying a dragon with a spear equipped with a Kalashnikov rifle sight — are emblematic of a new government militarism.
To Abe supporters, such ambitions smack of realism rather than militarism: Given the threat posed by North Korea, any nation would want the option of preemptive self-defense.
Neither the signatories of the pact nor the League of Nations was willing or able to stem the rise of militarism during the decade that followed and its apotheosis in the second world war.
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