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


Number 640
Prof. Masatoshi Murakami, an Associate Professor at Kogakkan University and a former career diplomat of Japan, explains how Japan is cultivating ties with G7 members, NATO, the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, India, and the United States.
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"Japan is offering quality infrastructure for economic growth in the region. Japan and other like-minded countries do not intend to compete with China dollar for dollar; however, they are ready to offer practical options to regional governments."

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


Number 640
Prof. Masatoshi Murakami, an Associate Professor at Kogakkan University and a former career diplomat of Japan, explains how Japan is cultivating ties with G7 members, NATO, the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, India, and the United States.
for additional titles in the
Asia Pacific Bulletin

"Japan is offering quality infrastructure for economic growth in the region. Japan and other like-minded countries do not intend to compete with China dollar for dollar; however, they are ready to offer practical options to regional governments."

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