WorldViews: Three reasons why the Japanese elections matter to the United States

By Anna Fifield, December 15, 2014

TOKYO — Japanese voters went to the polls on Sunday — well, about half of them did anyway. Turnout was a record low of 52 percent, a sign both that many people did not believe there was a need for a snap parliamentary election now, and that they do not have great affection for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his policies. Read full article >>