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AOPSSS #36 “The Erosion of Representational Ties and the Rise of Authoritarianism in Japan”

In the thirty-sixth AOPSSS session, Chris G. Pope (Kyoto Women’s University) presented a paper that examines the changing boundaries of governance in Japan to explain the rise of authoritarianism under former prime minister, Abe Shinzō. Rob Fahey (Waseda) and Jordan Hamzawi (UC, Davis) provided detailed comments on a range of issues and public attendees chimed in with many valuable comments.

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