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A Study On The Alliance Between The United States And Japan After Abe's Second Administration

Posted on:2020-10-29Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:X F ZhaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2436330596965251Subject:Public Management
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The US-Japan alliance is a relatively unique bilateral alliance in the world.The US-Japan alliance affects peace and development throughout the Asia-Pacific region,and global economic development is also affected by it.After the end of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union,the two countries split their respective development choices and made the US-Japan relationship gradually drift away.However,China's rapid rise has promoted the renewed cooperation between the US and Japan.Since Abe's second administration,the Obama administration's “Asia-Pacific rebalancing” strategy further strengthened the US-Japan alliance.The strengthening of US-Japan relations has enabled the two sides to carry out multi-faceted and all-round cooperation.In addition to politically independent,economic,social,cultural and environmental governance can see bilateral cooperation.However,the smooth operation of such deep cooperation does not mean that there is no contradiction between the United States and Japan.There are some deep contradictions between the United States and Japan,such as the relocation of the Futenma base,trade frictions,and different policies toward China.After Trump took office,“US priority” became the core diplomatic concept of the Trump administration.In the ever-developing “Indo-Pacific strategy”,the US-Japan alliance will face a new round of adjustment.The purpose of this paper is to analyze the relationship between the US and Japan after Abe's second administration.It mainly selects several aspects to summarize its characteristics,sorts out its current various cooperation and conflict points,and then uses this to develop the future relationship between the US and Japan.Trends and possible outcomes are predicted.
Keywords/Search Tags:Abe Shinzo administration, US-Japan alliance, Rebalance to Asia, Indo-Pacific strategy
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