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idea of internationalism and a strong foreign policy is to support such regimes as that of North Korea and stir up hostility to the United States and its allies.
68) As electoral support for traditional left-of-center parties like the SDPJ began to waver despite their efforts at courting women voters, the DPJ saw an opportunity to appeal to urban women voters by supporting more gender-equal policies.
In fact, SDPJ became the first political party to have a woman leader, Doi Takako, in 1986.