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Simon Chadwick | Tokyo 2020 is not the first ‘geopolitical Olympics’, and it won’t be the last

The Olympics has always been a stage for nations to set out grand political ambitions, for better or worse. Tokyo 2020 will be no different, says Professor Simon Chadwick.

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