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Shifting winds and geopolitical games in the Far East
Japan accelerates and expands its defense preparations
For seven decades after World War II, Japan was comfortably ensconced in a geopolitical framework that seemed both stable and predictable. With the rise of China and, more recently, new responses from the United States to economic and geopolitical challenges, this framework is evolving. More than ever in the postwar ...
Europe’s strategic future in global competition, Part 2
With responsibility for European security devolving onto individual countries, an old question from the 1950s has resurfaced: What about Germany? One proposed answer is the revival of a European Army, which would allow the German military to be strengthened in a politically unthreatening fashion. However, this project is out of ...
Europe’s strategic future in global competition, Part 1
Defense does not rank these days very highly in Europe’s political discourse. Yet with multilateral structures increasingly ineffective and the attitude of the United States ever more ambivalent, its European partners need to find their own solutions. Simply waiting out a period of global turbulence is not an option.
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