Japan’s Precarious Position in the Asia

Japan’s Precarious Position in the Asia

Foreign Policy Research Institute - 2017-01-11 21:16
Over the last few years, Japan’s foreign policy gained a coherence rarely seen in decades. No doubt pressure from Japan’s natural rivals in Asia—a rising China and a recalcitrant Russia—have helped to focus the minds of Japanese policymakers. Certainly t ...
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