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Scinzus Abe

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Nativitas: 21 Septembris 1954; Shinjuku
Obitus: 8 Iulii 2022; Nara Medical University Hospital
Patria: Iaponia

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Japan, Chief Cabinet Secretary, Prime Minister of Japan, member of the House of Representatives of Japan, member of the House of Representatives of Japan, Prime Minister of Japan, Prime Minister of Japan, President of the Liberal Democratic Party, member of the House of Representatives of Japan
Munus: homo in re publica potens
Patronus: Kobe Steel, Kakogawa Steel Works

Consociatio

Factio: Liberalis Democratica Factio
Religio: Sintoismus

Familia

Genitores: Shintarō Abe; Yōko Kishi
Coniunx: Akie Abe

Memoria

Laurae: Magna Crux Ordinis Isabellae Catholicae, Order of King Abdulaziz al Saud, Grand Cross of the Order of Honour, Grand Cross of the Ivorian Order of Merit, Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau, Knight Grand Officer of the Norwegian Order of Merit, Order of Al-Khalifa, Best Dressed Award Political and Economic Category, Best Dressed Award Political and Economic Category, Time 100, Time 100, honorary doctorate, honorary doctor of the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Medal of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, Order of Sikatuna, Asian of the Year, Herman Kahn Award, honorary doctor of the Turkmen State University, Chief Commander of the Legion of Merit, Padma Vibhushan in Public Affairs, Gold Olympic Order, Legion of Merit, Padma Vibhushan, Order of Bahrain, honorary doctorate, Junior First Rank, Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, Collar of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, Order of the Chrysanthemum, Order of Merit, Order of Honour, Ordo Isabellae Catholicae, Order of Orange-Nassau, Order of the Liberator General San Martín, Order of the Oak Crown, Olympic Order, Order of the Republic of Serbia, Ordo Crucis Meridionalis, National Order of Merit
Sepultura: Kirigaya Funeral Hall

Scinzus Abe,[1] seu litteris Iaponicis 安倍 晋三 Abe Shinzō (ad Tokium natus die 21 Septembris 1954; Narae impetu armorum igniferorum necatus[2] die 8 Iulii 2022), fuit politicus Iaponiensis, qui munere primi ministri et praesidis Factionis Democraticae Liberalis Iaponiae a die 26 Septembris 2006 usque ad diem 26 Septembris 2007, iterum a mense Decembri 2012 ad diem 15 Septembris 2020 functus est, diutissime in historia Iaponiensi merens.[3][4] Fuit etiam principalis consilii secretarius ab anno 2005 usque in annum 2006, Junichiro Koizumi primo ministro, et breviter dux factionis adversae anno 2012.

Alumnus universitatum Seikei et Californiae Meridianae fuit.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Nomen proprium apud Ephemeridem diarium interretialem lectum (Andreas Nouocomensis, ΥΓΡΟΝ ΠΥΡ, die 13 Iunii 2019).
  2. Shinzo Abe: Explosives found at shooting suspect's home - reports.
  3. Sposato, William. "Shinzo Abe Can't Afford to Rest on His Laurels" .
  4. "Japanese PM Shinzo Abe resigns for health reasons". BBC News. 28 Augusti 2020 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Harris, Tobias. 2020. The Iconoclast: Shinzo Abe and the New Japan. Pars apud Amazon.com.
  • Hughes, C. W. 2018. "Japan’s Security Policy in the context of the US-Japan alliance: the emergence of an 'Abe Doctrine.'” In Japan’s Foreign Relations in Asia, ed. James D.J. Brown et Jeff Kingston, 49–60. Palgrave.
  • Kitaoka, Shinichi. 2014. "A 'Proactive Contribution to Peace' and the Right of Collective Self-Defense: The Development of Security Policy in the Abe Administration." Asia-Pacific Review 21 (2): 1–18.
  • Kolmas, Michal. 2020. National Identity and Japanese Revisionism: Abe Shinzo’s vision of a beautiful Japan and its limits. Pars apud Amazon.com.
  • Liff, A. P. 2015. "Japan’s Defense Policy: Abe the Evolutionary." The Washington Quarterly 38 (2): 79–99.
  • Maslow, Sebastian. 2015. "A Blueprint for a Strong Japan? Abe Shinzō and Japan’s Evolving Security System." Asian Survey 55 (4): 739–65. JSTOR.
  • Oren, Eitan, et Matthew Brummer. 2020. "Threat perception, government centralization, and political instrumentality in Abe Shinzo’s Japan." Australian Journal of International Affairs 74 (6): 721–45.
  • Pugliese, Giulio, et Alessio Patalano. 2020. "Diplomatic and security practice under Abe Shinzō: The case for Realpolitik Japan." Australian Journal of International Affairs 74 (6): 615–32. Textus interretialis.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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