Managing Japan-US-China Relations: A Japanese Perspective

May 23, 2022

Ambassador Koji Watanabe of the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) discusses the dynamics of the trilateral Japan-US-China relationship, which is emerging as a key force shaping the stability and governance of Asia.

Ambassador Koji Watanabe of the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE) discusses the dynamics of the trilateral Japan-US-China relationship, which is emerging as a key force shaping the stability and governance of Asia.

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