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U.S. Japan Policy Dialogue on China Political Issues
by Asia Society
Written in English
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Political leaders in Japan began to seek new a political alignment. In the process, foreign policy issues often played a catalytic role in connecting politicians or political parties. These issues. an authoritarian political system, U.S. policy has been mindful of respecting its democracy. After the Kuomintang (KMT) Party’s Ma Ying-jeou became president in Taiwan in May , he promptly resumed the dialogue across the Taiwan Strait after its suspension for a decade.
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