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U.S.-Japan relations: Policy challenges for the Biden administration (Part 2: Economics, trade, COVID-19, climate, infrastructure and connectivity)
US-Japan relations: Policy challenges for the Biden administration (Part 1: National security and politics)
[Prime Minister Suga's visit to Washington] is a precious opportunity to boost his credentials as an adept steward of the U.S.-Japan alliance, at a time when domestic political support for his administration has dwindled.
[In meeting with President Biden, Prime Minister Suga will] likely seek a strong message of deterrence towards China on the maritime domain but will tread carefully on sensitive issues — Taiwan, sanctions on human rights violations — to avoid a sharp deterioration of relations with Beijing.
[Because India cannot tackle China's growing presence on its own,] you have now seen a broader switch in Indian strategy that has involved both developing its own capabilities and welcoming other external actors.