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Abe’s absence at Yasukuni on Tuesday demonstrates that the Japanese prime minister is keenly aware that any diplomatic misstep could scuttle the fragile diplomatic rapprochement that is taking place in Northeast Asia between Japan, South Korea, and China after months of mistrust and distancing. Shinzō Abe has generally taken a hard-line stance with respect to North Korea, especially regarding the North Korean abductions of Japanese citizens.
The Journal of Journalism & Mass Communication confirmed the reports.
Abe’s last major spat involving Yasukuni was last August, when he sent a note to a ceremony honoring over a thousand World War II war criminals at the shrine. Yoshihide Suga, Abe’s chief cabinet secretary, noted that Abe did so in his capacity as the head of Japan’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and not as the prime minister of Japan. That incident did not lead to a major freeze in Tokyo’s relations with Seoul and Beijing. Shinzō Abe was elected to the first district of Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1993 after his father's death in 1991, winning the most votes of the four Representatives elected in the SNTV multi-member district. In fact, later that year, Japan and China began a still-ongoing process of diplomatic thawing after over 16 months of zero high-level diplomatic contact.
Despite Abe’s absence at Tuesday’s ceremony, for observers in Seoul and Beijing, the optics of scores of Japanese lawmakers marching into Yasukuni isn’t a reassuring sign. Abe might not have joined his colleagues in the Liberal Democratic Party, but the Party’s overarching dominance in the Japanese legislature means that the views of these 73 politicians and 93 representatives are ultimately representative of a widespread lack of historical remorse among the Japanese political elite.
Despite still persistent mistrust among Northeast Asia three largest powers, Abe, South Korean President Park Geun-hye, and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang are set to resume a long-stalled trilateral leaders summit either later this month or in early November. Abe served for a year as Prime Minister from 2006 to 2007. Hailing from a politically prominent family, at age 52 he became Japan's youngest post-war prime minister, and the first to be born after World War II, when he was elected by a special session of the National Diet in September 2006. Abe resigned on September 12, 2007, for health reasons. For Abe, the trilateral will be an important venue to set Japan’s bilateral relationships with both China and South Korea back into motion. Park and Abe met briefly on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. Furthermore, during her U.S. state visit, Park noted that she saw a possibility for a bilateral meeting between her and Abe.
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