Asia Program

Japan's Vision For East Asia

By
Shihoko Goto , Yoichiro Sato, Fumiaki Kubo, Leonard Schoppa, Bryce Wakefield, and Kent Calder

As questions about U.S. commitment to its rebalance to the Asia-Pacific region remain, how Japan sees its own role in East Asia continues to evolve. The changing nature of Tokyo’s relations with Beijing and Seoul, and Japan’s internal debate about whether it should become a “normal” country with greater defense capabilities are among some key issues discussed in the Wilson Center’s latest publication, Japan’s Vision for East Asia: Diplomacy Amid Geopolitical Risks. Hard copies are available upon request by contacting asia@wilsoncenter.org.

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