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Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the country’s declining birth rate

During Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s keynote speech on January 23, at the winter session of Japan’s parliament, among the key internal and external problems confronting the country’s government was the country’s continuous birth rate decline (over the past few years), mentioned practically for the first time. However, the unavoidable and multifaceted “national catastrophe” associated with […]

Fumio Kishida’s latest overseas tour

The NEO has already drawn attention to the increased activity on the international stage displayed on various occasions by members of the current Japanese cabinet, especially Prime Minister Fumio Kishida himself. This activity was reaffirmed by his week-long overseas trip, which began on January 9 of this year and included Italy, France, the United Kingdom, […]

Fumio Kishida leads the Japanese government for a year

One year ago, on October 4, 2021, Fumio Kishida became the head of the government of one of the leading countries in the Indo-Pacific region, Japan. He took over after Yoshihide Suga, who had also led the Japanese government for a year, left the post. One year is an almost magical number for prime ministers […]

Fumio Kishida “Reformatted” the Cabinet of Japan

On August 10, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced the new personal composition of the country’s 19-minister government. Only five members of the previous cabinet, including Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi, retain their previous posts. Of the 14 new ministers, nine had never been at this level of government, the other five had previously been part […]

On the Visit of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to India and Cambodia

On March 19 – 21, 2022, the Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited India and Cambodia. Despite the obvious difference in the “weight classes” of the visited countries, both stages of this trip constitute a single remarkable event at the present stage of the “Big World Game”, which focuses on the confrontation between the United […]

Japan PM Kishida’s coalition expected to keep majority

Their combined seats will exceed a parliamentary majority of 233 — a loss from 305 seats previously. Kishida, 64, was elected prime minister on Oct. 4 after winning the leadership race in his ruling party, and dissolved the lower house only 10 days after taking office. The party’s conservative leaders saw him as a safe […]

Fumio Kishida Formed the New Government of Japan

On October 4, during an extraordinary joint session of both houses of the Japanese parliament, 64-year-old Fumio Kishida was elected as the new Prime Minister. On the same day, the inauguration ceremony of him personally, as well as the composition of the new Cabinet of Ministers presented by him (also approved by parliament) provided for […]

Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and the Future of Japan-ROK Relations

On September 29, 2021, former Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida was elected chairman of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan. In the second round of voting, he won a landslide victory over the Minister for Administrative Reform Taro Kono by gaining 257 votes against 170. The election of a new chairman took place due to […]

Fumio Kishida is Now an Elected Head of Japan’s Ruling Party

On September 29, Japan’s conservative Liberal Democratic Party, which has led the country almost continuously (with two short breaks) since the mid 1950s of the last century, held party elections to its leader. In the last 10 years, the LDP, in coalition with the minority Komeito Party, whose ideology is essentially based on Buddhism, has […]

Japan’s Fumio Kishida set to become new prime minister after leadership vote

Fumio Kishida, Japan’s former foreign minister, is set to become the country’s next prime minister after winning a vote to lead the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. Kishida will replace the outgoing party leader and prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, who is stepping down after serving only one year. Kishida is certain to be elected the next […]

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