U.S.-Japan Alliance Conference: The U.S.-Japan Alliance in an Era of Strategic Competition
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U.S.-Japan Alliance Conference: The U.S.-Japan Alliance in an Era of Strategic Competition

29 November 2023

Summary

Key U.S. allies are looking at the war in Ukraine to draw lessons for their security planning, a trend that has opened new chances for U.S.-Japan security ties to expand and deepen. These proceedings present insights that experts on Europe, Japan, Taiwan, and U.S. security policies presented at RAND Corporation–hosted virtual conferences that explored relevant issues on the U.S.-Japan alliance regarding strategic competition.

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RAND National Security Research Division
International Security and Defense Policy Program
Pages
46
RAND Identifier
CF-A2839-1
RAND Type
report
Source
https://www.rand.org/pubs/conf_proceedings/CFA2839-1.html
Published in
United States
Rights
RAND Corporation

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china ukraine united states japan russia taiwan security cooperation geopolitical strategic competition

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