Brad Glosserman is the executive director of the Pacific Forum CSIS
Japan’s long-awaited resurgence depends first and foremost on getting its economic house in order—and that includes developing a geoeconomic strategy.
In recent years, the two countries have permitted mutual grievances to overshadow shared interests, values and geography. It's time to change that.
"Allies should not expect U.S. protection to be a silver bullet, nor should they expect Washington to use force to respond to every incident that occurs."
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