UNDER NEW MINISTRY
FOREIGN POLICY UNCHANGED.
(UXITJD PRESS ASSOCIATION.—COI'TRIGHT.)
(AUSTRALIAN-NEW ZEALAND CABLE ASSOCIATION.) , . _ TOKIO, Bth January. It is understood that Japan's foreign policies will not be changed under the. Kiyoura Ministry. It is believed that universal manhood suffrage, which has long been the dominant domestic issue, is doomed to certain defeat. The resumption of negotiations, looking at diplomatic recognition of the Soviet, is deemed highly uncertain, because Baron tloto, who is an ardent proponent, _has suffered a lapse into temporary obscurity. The Cabinet's first problem, however, is to check anti-governmental , demon,strations and extremist " outbreaks* which reached a climax yesterday, \vhen x a young Korean threw three bombs >at the gates of the Imperial Palace, doing slight damage. Obviously tjie Cabinet must suppress such exhibitions, but it is extremely difficult, to reconcile forcible measures with the conciliation that is expedient.
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JAPAN'S PROBLEMS, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924
JAPAN'S PROBLEMS Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924
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