Yukio Hatoyama

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Person.png Yukio Hatoyama   WebsiteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Engineer, Academic, Politician)
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Bunkyō, Tokyo, Japan
Alma materUniversity of Tokyo, Stanford University
ChildrenKiichirō Hatoyama
SpouseMiyuki Hatoyama

Employment.png Prime Minister of Japan Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
16 September 2009 - 8 June 2010
Succeeded byNaoto Kan

Yukio Hatoyama openly declared his intention to join other East Asian leaders in the formation of an Asean+3 community, consisting of the existing Asean grouping plus Korea, China and Japan. It is highly unlikely that the now diplomatically ruinous and possibly dangerous Sino-Japanese conflict over the Senkaku/Diyaou islands would have come into being if his cabinet had lasted.[1]

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