Enough with Kabuki Politics!

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Kabuki actors are known for stylized gestures and expressions that all mean something to those who follow the theater. But during the Cold War, when relations between Japan and the United States were at a low point, the phrase “kabuki theater” came to mean empty posturing—all style and no substance. It’s an insult that completely misunderstands the essence of kabuki theater.

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