November 2, 2012

Japan's Foreign Policy Troubles

J. Berkshire Miller, The Diplomat

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Faced with a rising China, Russia's 'pivot' to Asia, and challenges with North and South Korea, Japan may need to reboot its Foreign Policy.

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