June 5, 2014

Securing the Rule of Law at Sea

Shinzo Abe, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

Japan is in a better position than ever before to play a larger and more proactive role in ensuring peace in Asia and the world. We enjoy the explicit and enthusiastic support of our allies and other friendly countries, including every ASEAN member country and the United States, Australia, India, the United Kingdom, and France, among others. All of them know that Japan stands for the rule of law – for Asia and for all people.

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TAGGED: Southeast Asia, ASEAN, East Asia, Japan, Shinzo Abe, International Law

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