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“We haven’t made the case to defend Taiwan,” insisted my friend, a Nagatacho insider.
Even though Taiwan has long been a prominent part of Japan’s security thinking, there hasn’t been a willingness to speak publicly about it. That is changing. Politicians and strategists have become more vocal about Taiwan’s place in Japanese security, making speeches on a regular basis and talking openly about the need to help defend Taiwan.
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