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Signs of any message by Trump to the North will be closely watched during his Asian tour, which begins at the weekend and will see him visit Tokyo from Sunday through Tuesday. Trump will also visit South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. During his election campaign Abe, a staunch conservative, stressed the need for strong leadership to deal with what he called Japan’s “twin crises”: a shrinking birth rate and the actions of a belligerent and nuclear-armed North Korea, which has sent missiles over northern Japan in recent months. Abe’s conservative Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) swept to a two-thirds “super majority” in the 465-seat lower house on October 22. He was reinstated as premier by a huge majority Wednesday and then reappointed all of his cabinet ministers. The 63-year-old is now on track to become Japan’s longest-serving premier. Abe now has the parliamentary numbers to start a process to change Japan’s pacifist constitution — an ambition he has long cherished. But he told reporters he will move cautiously on the divisive issue, saying that he will first seek an open discussion on the subject. Abe also said he will improve the nation’s productivity, offer free early childhood education and expand childcare support.
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