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Ideas, Identity and Ideology in Contemporary Japan: The Sato Masaru Phenomenon

By Gavan McCormack, December 2, 2010 Originally published in Japan Focus Rasputin in Tokyo Sato Masaru is not a name well-known to students of contemporary Japan, but perhaps it should be. Sato, b. 1960, a Foreign Ministry intelligence analyst and Russian expert, was driven from office and detained in the Tokyo Detention Centre for 512-days … Continue reading