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Should Japan continue to support the US-led international order?

Posted by seumasach on November 20, 2018

East Asia Forum

2nd October, 2018

Since the end of World War II, Japans defence and security policy has always been built around a single premise — an international order based on US primacy.

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Japan defence review expresses ‘concern’ at Chinese coercion

Posted by seumasach on August 2, 2016

Asia Times

2nd August, 2016

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s annual defense review on Tuesday expressed “deep concern” over what it sees as China’s coercion as a more assertive Beijing flouts international rules when dealing with other nations.

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China sees chance of Japanese remorse

Posted by seumasach on August 31, 2009

Jian Junbo

Asia Times

1st September, 2009

With the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) becoming Japan’s ruling party after its landslide victory in the just-concluded general elections, a number of analysts and experts in China expect the two countries to move closer.

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