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Japan’s Asia-Pacific Strategy

Author: Wu HuaizhongSilver Editor Source: Blue Book Of Asia-PacificTime :2014-05-07 14:49:00

  Abstract: Asia-Pacific strategy is a critical part of Japan’s international strategy. The overall issue of Japan’s Asia-Pacific strategy is to deal with the changing international structure after the global financial crisis, and maintain the current international system and its rules. The core aims includes dealing with China’s rise, maintaining Japan’s political status, economic prosperous and national security. The means to achieve such aims includes combining political, economic and secure resources, relying on Japan’s self-help, taking full use of the US-Japan alliance, enhancing bilateral and multilateral regional cooperation. Japan’s Asia-Pacific strategy coordinates with US’s strategy adjustment with Asia-Pacific, and bring uncertainty into regional situation.

  Key words: Japan, Asia-Pacific strategy, regional order, China’s rise,