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10.1007/s42533-020-00061-9

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  • Japan?s strategy amid US?China confrontation #MMPMIDC7672416
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  • Japan?s strategy amid US?China confrontation has focused on securing national defense and economic prosperity by maintaining Japan?s alliance with the United States and promoting Asia?s socioeconomic integration. Japan is working toward an institutional order based on universal values. It realizes that such a long-term goal requires coexistence, including with countries in the midst of integrating into the political and economic world order, and prioritizes stability. This approach explains the historical development of Japan?China relations since the 1970s. During this period, Japan has expected to maneuver China into integration with global politics through economic statecraft while maintaining its alliance with the US. During the current US?China confrontation, Japan faces the challenge of maintaining this complex strategic position in the US?China?Japan triangle. Its reaction to this new reality is to enhance its alliance with the US (including cooperation for economic security) and strengthen international partnership to promote its preferred mode of institutional order, while maintaining diplomacy with China.
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