Strategic Brief No. 26 (Translation)

JAPAN AND THE HARDENING OF U.S. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES IN THE INDO-PACIFIC

8
Nov

Shinzo Abe has left a strong diplomatic legacy in Japan. The resignation of his successor after one year in office and the arrival of Fumio Kishida, a consensus builder, raise fears that the country has weakened, while it must show clear-sighted leadership in the face of U.S. strategies to counter China. After Joe Biden renewed the commitment to the QUAD format, Tokyo must adapt to the creation of a resolutely offensive AUKUS partnership.

 

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CF (R) Marianne PÉRON-DOISE

Chercheur Asie du Nord, stratégie et sécurité maritimes