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Dialogue 09/27/2012 Shinzo Abe’s comeback stokes unrest in northeast Asia

09-28-2012 04:32 BJT

Dialogue 09/27/2012 Shinzo Abe?? Comeback stokes unrest in northeast Asia

Host: Yang Rui

Yang Rui

Studio Guests:

Cao Can, current affairs commentator

1、Japan''s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe beat his rival ex-Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba to win the presidential election of the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). The triumph makes 58-year-old Abe, who headed the LDP between 2006 and 2007, the front-runner for the post of Japan''s next prime minister, given that recent opinion poll suggested the LDP could form the largest political force in the House of Representatives when the ruling Democratic Party of Japan is ousted from power in the next general election. Shinzo Abe’s comeback stokes unrest in northeast Asia. 2、United States President Barack Obama said the deadly violence sparked by an anti-Islam video is an assault on the very ideals upon which the United Nations was founded. He told scores of heads of State and Government attending the 67th General Assembly’s General Debate on its opening day, calling on world leaders to espouse the peaceful settlement of disputes. Obama''s speech stokes debate about faith and freedom of speech.

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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