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The Evolution of Indo-Pacific in Japanese Strategy The Evolution of Indo-Pacific in Japanese Strategy
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Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 634
Komei Isozaki, Japan Chair Fellow at the Hudson Institute, explains that Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe "should be remembered not just for the length of his tenure but also for his visionary efforts [regarding the Indo-Pacific], which were farsighted and strategic."
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"Prime Minister Kishida asserted that “Ukraine today may be East Asia tomorrow” in a speech at the 2022 Shangri-La Dialogue. Similarly, Japan’s national security strategy stressed that Japan faces its severest international environment since the end of WWII."

Part of the Special Series on US Indo-Pacific Strategy: Perspectives from Allies, Partners, and Across the Indo-Pacific


Number 634
Komei Isozaki, Japan Chair Fellow at the Hudson Institute, explains that Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe "should be remembered not just for the length of his tenure but also for his visionary efforts [regarding the Indo-Pacific], which were farsighted and strategic."
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"Prime Minister Kishida asserted that “Ukraine today may be East Asia tomorrow” in a speech at the 2022 Shangri-La Dialogue. Similarly, Japan’s national security strategy stressed that Japan faces its severest international environment since the end of WWII."

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