Strategic Options of Japan under the Tri-Polar Structure in Northeast Asia.
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Under the changing structure of Tri-polar Powers in Northeast Asia, Japan faces mounting pressure from outside and inside to step up its military strength. In this paper the author analyzes the strategy of the United States, Soviet Union, China, and Japan examines Japan-US relations and seeks several strategic options for Japans security policy and defense strategy. The conclusion is to reshape and strengthen the Japan-US bilateral treaty, and put the emphasis on improving the Japanese ground force as well as the maritime force. Author
- Government and Political Science