Japan’s Indo-Pacific Strategy in the Emerging U.S.-China Rivalry
Japan has been initiating the Open and Free Indo-Pacific Strategy (FOIP) in the time of U.S.-China rivalry. While the U.S. is an indispensable ally with whom Japan shares core values and vital strategic interests, China has been Japan’s largest trading partner for a decade. Under President Donald Trump, the U.S. government has presented a tougher stance towards China. In this lecture, Professor Yuichi Hosoya discusses Japan’s foreign policy under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, particularly Tokyo’s views on the growing U.S.-China rivalry.
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Venue: Japan Society
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