1. Shinzo Abe has attributed the recovery that allowed him to re-enter politics to the drug Asacol.
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2. Shinzo Abe has to deal with regional conflicts with China, as the two countries each claim islands in the East China Sea as their own.
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4. Shinzo Abe was born on September 21, 1954, in Tokyo, Japan.
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7. Shinzo Abe had raised his public profile with strong criticisms of North Korea, a longtime nemesis of Japan.
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10. Shinzo Abe became the country's first prime minister to have been born after World War II and its youngest since the war.
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13. On 20 September 2018, Shinzo Abe was re-elected as leader of the main ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
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23. Shinzo Abe has attempted to centralize security policy in the Prime Minister's office by creating the Japanese National Security Council to better coordinate national security policy, and by ordering the first National Security Strategy in Japan's history.
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31. On 15 March 2013 Shinzo Abe announced that Japan was entering negotiations to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership, this was interpreted by analysts as a means through which the government can enact reforms to liberalise certain sectors of the Japanese economy, most notably agriculture, and was criticised by farm lobbies and some sections of the LDP.
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33. On 26 September 2012, Shinzo Abe was re-elected as president of the opposition Liberal Democratic Party defeating former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba in a runoff vote by 108 votes to 89.
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35. Shinzo Abe said his unpopularity was hindering the passage of an anti-terrorism law, involving among other things Japan's continued military presence in Afghanistan.
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37. Shinzo Abe has increased its allies in its international campaign to counter the North Korean nuclear cards.
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38. Shinzo Abe has expressed the need to strengthen political, security, and economic ties within the Southeast Asian region.
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43. On 23 April 2006, Shinzo Abe was elected as the president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.
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44. Shinzo Abe gained national popularity when he demanded that Japanese abductees visiting Japan remain, in defiance of North Korea.
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45. Shinzo Abe was chief negotiator for the Japanese government on behalf of the families of Japanese abductees taken to North Korea.
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47. Shinzo Abe studied public administration and graduated with a bachelor's degree in political science from Seikei University in 1977.
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48. Shinzo Abe is a member of the revisionist Nippon Kaigi and holds revisionist views on Japanese history, including denying the role of government coercion in the recruitment of comfort women during World War II, a position which has created tension with neighboring South Korea.
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