Japan-Korea Relations: Leadership Changes and National Trajectories

Kang, David; Jiun Bang
January 2013
PacNet Newsletter;1/15/2013, Issue 5, p2
The article reports that elections dominated the news in Korea and Japan with South Koreans electing Park Geun-hye as the first female head of state and Japanese voters overwhelmingly returning Liberal Domecratic Party to power and gave Abe Shinzo a second run at prime minister.


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