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You don't have to look any further than how Hitler's Nazi Germany handled the Italians and the Japanese in building up the Axis in WWII...look for ideological parallels and other geopolitical factors and then exploit them by nurturing whatever they felt served their interests most. Japan was becoming more militaristic and anti-democratic in the years leading up to WWII, and that void was ripe to be filled by fascist ideology. As for Italy, Europe was already becoming polarized, and Italy, while not already a client state to Germany, it certainly felt the need to decide which side to back--and Germany exploited both Italy's uncertainty, and weakness. ProfessorTrek 08:01, July 3, 2011 (UTC)

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