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US-Japan-China Trilateral Relations: How their dynamics will shape Asia Pacific

  • June 2019

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US-Japan-China Trilateral Relations: How their dynamics will shape Asia Pacific

The United States, China, and Japan have shaped the largest and most consequential trilateral relations in the Asia Pacific region. Find out more about the three bilateral relationships within the triangle, which include different issues, challenges and prospects.

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Author(s):

Yoshikazu Kato

Yoshikazu Kato

Adjunct Associate Professor, Asia Global Institute

Mr Yoshikazu Kato is currently Adjunct Associate Professor at Asia Global Institute. He is also a research fellow at the Charhar Institute, and a columnist for the New York Times (Chinese edition).


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