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JAPAN: How Suga will manage Japan’s foreign policy, part III

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Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has acknowledged the need for a reset in relations with South Korea but is unlikely to close the trust deficit with Seoul. A diplomatic breakthrough with North Korea will similarly prove elusive, depending more on Pyongyang’s priorities than Tokyo’s. In calls with Australian and Indian leaders, Suga has stressed the importance of the “Quad,” suggesting that he will continue Abe’s work on a regional leadership role for Japan. This is the third in a series of notes looking at what to expect from Suga’s foreign policy. The first looked at how Suga will sh
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