Of these three countries, Japan has the strongest influence on the United States. Since the Obama administration, the Trump administration has promoted more right-wing by the conservative, centred on the emperor system, due to policies toward Russia and China, as well as Noth Korea. That was by the Abe administration.
Canada and the United Kingdom are on an equal footing with the United States and are independent.
Canada is Federal, not unitary, that is the decentral political system.
I am not against parliamentary constitutional monarchy, because of the international political situation with North Korea and China. But it will be better to be organised 'decentral system' in Japan democratically and collectivity. In countries with such climate changes in the north and south, I think that it fits better than the centralized system, in particular, after the corona pandemic, AI system and digitalisation in society, which is not vertical and monadological, but rather horizontal and dynamic.
The United States wants Japan to follow the "black" side, not the "white", culturally. Don't think about "beyond" America, as it was during World War II and don't be a minion of American white supremacism, that is to eliminate discrimination globally. – It is to avoid concerns about white supremacy and Eurocentrism and hostility to the United States. The influence of American art in Japan is not weak, rather strong. The global culture is a strategy of economic intervention today.
Education was generalized in Japan by the postwar school education system, and the emperor and Yoko Ono were alumni.
As for the problem of the right-wing of modern Japan, since Emperor Showa, the "textbook revision problem" has a gap in the recognition of Japanese people globally, and especially in humanities and arts, it has not caught up with the international level. The solution is to introduce the science of the 21st century into the humanities.
In a country with a presidential system, the president has the highest authority over the nation. On the other hand, it is under the judgement of Legal Affairs. However, in some countries, it is the dictatorship of the president.
The problem is not so big when it comes to dictatorship, as the emperor has no political rights. The Cabinet can be dissolved.
Postwar democracy in Japan requires autonomy, so the low academic level of the people is more social issue.
Because the country will become right-wing after being acquired by the right-wing.
Emotional intelligence in the education, it aims that the human brain does not become a "stone head" in the high technological society.
Not an elite privileged society in Japan today, a Japanese highly educated society is a society where BA is sufficient unless one becomes a scholar. Therefore, school education up to high school is important in Japan.
The German school education system is a junior high school where future choices are decided. Until high school, I think that maybe it will be better if there are not too many gaps in the humanities and sciences because the society is a computer science centred society, is the high technological society. It requires mathematics and linguistics basically.
After the second world war, the challenges of the Japanese emperor system were;
- The Emperor of Heisei: Marriage by free love with a "highly educated lady" of the general class (not from the Japanese Imperial Bourgeoisie class before the war) who is from out of the Emperor's family.
- The Emperor of Rewa: Marriage by free love with a "highly educated professional lady" of the general class (not from the Japanese Imperial Bourgeoisie class before the war) who is from out of the Emperor's family.
- The future theme is, whether the female emperor will be able to be approved? – Reformation for the system of historical sexism
By then, it will take about 15 to 20 years. Of course, if there is anything in the Emperor of Rewa in the near future, the Emperor of Rewa's younger brother is the second. I think that is still legally stipulated for the Emperor, but that is not generally. We can see that, when the other country would attack Japan, is the constitutional monarchy.
Little by little, it is assimilated with the general public in the postwar.
Princess will also enter university, study abroad at an overseas university, will have a romance, and her marriage partner is not necessarily Japanese. Who will be able to know about the person's future?
Is it an Empress and "adoption"? like in the UK.
As science advances, so will the perceptions of the Emperor, just as the perceptions of the people will change in today's global international relations.
From now on, the Emperor family may also diverge and the younger brother's family may move to Canada, as in the United Kingdom.
Moreover, 100 years later, the time may come when the government system will change radically due to digitalization.
No one knows what's ahead.
In modern times, we respect the will of the person, so no one cannot force others by authority. There are many ways to solve the issue.
That is also a change in Japanese society. Culturally, Japan changes with generations, so the social changes in "appearance" are very slow but obviously is changing.