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Japan’s Diplomacy toward China from the Perspective of Regionalism

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Amid the challenges of a changing international order and driven by a traditional geopolitical mindset, Japan has proposed its Indo-Pacific vision as a framework for regional order. Japan intends to forge a multi-level security system targeting China, while building a multilateral institutional framework economically for compatible competition with China. China should be aware of Japan’s strategic intent while strengthening communication and coordination with Japan to manage the bilateral relations on the basis of mutual respect and seeking common ground.

Author name: Cai Liang
Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(4):160-180