... that this effectively becomes an anti-U.S. pact. The allure of securing a powerful ally is, again, understandable, but, in the long run, the return of bloc thinking is going to be detrimental to the entire international community. Regional Security in Northeast Asia and the Russia–Japan–U.S. Triangle , 1.4 Mb
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... their bilateral ties have on cooperation with countries of the region and ensuring their stability. On March 14–15, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the National Committee on American Foreign Policy ( NCAFP ) host a U.S.–Japan–Russia Trilateral Conference in New York. This is the third event in a series that is to result in a joint trilateral report by the end 2018. The Conference focuses on the future of Northeast Asia and the challenges and opportunities it faces. Much of the discussion is devoted to Russia's and U.S. stances towards the region and the impact their bilateral ties have on cooperation with countries of the region and ensuring their stability....
On February 9, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, met with Kuni Miyake, Foreign Policy President, Canon Institute for Global Studies ( CIGS ). The parties discussed security and development issues in Northeast Asia, the relations within Russia-China-U.S. triangle and prospects of Russia-Japan cooperation in various spheres. Hideaki Ishii, advisor, Japan's embassy to Russia, participated in the discussion.
... NobusukeKishi, the grandfather of Shinzō Abe and crucial landmark for the current head of the Japanese government. Until recently, Southeast Asia had not been a region of focus for the US-Japan relationship, the report reads. Since the end of the Cold War, Northeast Asia has remained Japan’s main security perimeter (we will have more on the regional pattern later), and the DPRK and PRC were considered the principal threats. The importance of Southeast Asia for both Japan and the US remained mostly in the economic dimension, ...
... zone’”  . The situation is unfolding against a backdrop of a quantitative and qualitative improvement in US-Chinese relations, as the two countries’ combined account for almost one-third of the world's GDP. Security and stability in Northeast Asia involves a balance between mutual deterrence of Japan-US military alliance and the individual military capabilities of Russia and China. Two factors could theoretically undermine this stability, namely changes in the military potential of any of the three components (Japanese-American, Chinese and ...
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