Japan’s anti-China security alliance hits rough waters in Southeast Asia
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Fumio Kishida has steered Japan away from its traditional focus on development-centred foreign policy, initiating a new security assistance scheme. While a more assertive Japan might be welcome in Southeast Asia, the package is still modest and the potential risks will limit Tokyo’s chances of success.

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