In response to changing Japanese attitudes to security in an increasingly unstable region, the US has two options. It can stand back and let the country change, with little regard for the historical role it has played in ensuring Japan’s security. Or it can stay close to Tokyo, advising on how to chart an uncertain course towards the status of what some Japanese strategists longingly describe as a “normal” country. Continue reading »
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