Ryuji Nagano (March 5, 1926 - December 4, 1999) was a Japanese samurai and politician who served as Shogun of Japan from February 1, 1991 until his sudden death of heart failure on December 4, 1999. He governed during the 1990's Japanese economic expansion, in which Japan emerged as the world's largest economy and wealthiest industrialized nation, and what people referred to as the "third superpower." Nagano was publicly reserved and a staunch conservative, but was a major proponent of denuclearization and increased political participation within the Japanese Foreign Prefectures. His death, coming during the height of the somewhat unpopular colony reforms, is widely attributed to leading to the 2004-07 Philippine War.

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