Female Members of the House of Representatives of Japan: Yuriko Koike, Seiko Noda, Sanae Takaichi, Kiyomi Tsujimoto, Kuniko Inoguchi

 
9781155879017: Female Members of the House of Representatives of Japan: Yuriko Koike, Seiko Noda, Sanae Takaichi, Kiyomi Tsujimoto, Kuniko Inoguchi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 111. Not illustrated. Chapters: Yuriko Koike, Seiko Noda, Sanae Takaichi, Kiyomi Tsujimoto, Kuniko Inoguchi, Takako Doi, Shidzue Katō, Makiko Tanaka, Eriko Yamatani, Tomomi Inada, Mayumi Moriyama, Yukari Sato, Yasuko Ikenobo, Nakayama Masa, Yōko Kamikawa, Tomoko Abe, Chizuko Takahashi, Ikuko Ishii, Chinami Nishimura, Satsuki Katayama, Toshiko Abe, Naomi Tokashiki, Makiko Fujino, Kyoko Izawa, Miho Takai, Midori Matsushima, Shinako Tsuchiya, Akiko Yamanaka, Masayo Tanabu, Keiko Nagaoka, Tenkoko Sonoda, Motoko Hirotsu, Yukari Iijima, Noriko Furuya, Katsuko Nishimoto, Hiroko Nakano, Fukuyo Nakamori, Kaori Maruya, Michiyo Takagi, Kyoko Nishikawa. Excerpt: Yuriko Koike Koike Yuriko, born July 15, 1952) is a Japanese politician, who was the Minister of Defense in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but resigned August 27, 2007 after only 54 days in office. She is a member of the House of Representatives of Japan for Tokyo's 10th district. Born and raised in Ashiya, Hyogo, a wealthy Kobe suburb, Koike went to Knan Girls' Junior and Senior High School for her secondary education. Her father, Yjir Koike, was a foreign trade merchant who handled oil products. He was also involved in politics, supporting Shintar Ishihara and the Tatenokai in 1960s, and ran for a national election to no avail in 1969. He occasionally told Yuriko his opinion that it was essential for Japan to strengthen relations with Arab countries in order to ensure a stable petroleum supply lest the resource-poor Japan be thrust into war for oil again. His word encouraged her to decide to study in Egypt to master Arabic. After attending the School of Sociology at Kwansei Gakuin University in 1971 and the American University in Cairo in 1972, Koike received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Cairo University in 1976. She married a Japanese student in Egypt when she w...

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