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the newspaper's editorial board has clearly staked out a pacifist position on the current conflict
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The public is wary of his plan to rush through a revision to the pacifist constitution.
Founded in 1891 by the Church of the Brethren, a German pacifist group similar to Quakers and Mennonites, the University of La Verne is a big part of the humble Pomona Valley suburb that shares its name.
Ms. Koike has previously supported the revision of Japan’s pacifist Constitution and a stronger role for the country’s military, both signature issues for Mr. Abe as well.
The loss could also hamper his controversial push to revise Japan’s pacifist constitution by 2020.
Starring Gary Cooper as the sheriff who must decide whether to face a band of outlaws and Grace Kelly as his pacifist bride, the classic 1952 Western movie is essentially good versus evil, bravery versus cowardice, sacrifiice versus selfishness.
After the pacifist constitutional language was reinterpreted and broadened, Kohl’s government sent medics, logistics experts, pilots and others to the NATO peacekeeping effort in the Balkans.
Many Labour MPs have been critical of his leadership, his socialist policies and his pacifist stance.
That includes conservative leaders in South Korea who can block his agenda in parliament and right-leaning world leaders like Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has increased defense spending and sought to revise Japan’s pacifist constitution.
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