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US-Japan relations: why two new leaders need a fresh approach to the alliance in the Asia-Pacific

By Ra Mason, Lecturer in International Relations and Japanese Foreign Policy, University of East Anglia
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When Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, global reaction was overwhelmingly positive – and, in some parts of the world, bordering on the euphoric. In recent addresses, Biden has asserted that “American alliances are our greatest asset” and pledged to maintain the so-called “Quad” of the US, India,…

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