Political Risk

Japanese peacekeepers arrive in South Sudan with new powers

“For the first time since the end of World War II, these peacekeepers will have the ability to use force to protect civilians, U.N. staff and themselves. Japan’s constitution, drafted under U.S. direction after the war, forbids the use of force in settling international disputes but the government has reinterpreted the constitution to allow Japanese troops to use force in some situations.”

Source: Japanese peacekeepers arrive in South Sudan with new powers

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