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Eastern leaders and infrequently the media too have substituted symbols for method in facing Asia. This accomplished assessment of 4 classes over two decades exposes the strategic hole in viewing separately and jointly China, Taiwan, the Korean peninsula, Russia, valuable Asia, and regionalism.
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Nakasone turned from a proud patriot in the anti–United States camp of 1946 to a proud patriot in the mostly pro–United States camp of 1982, pursuing the pro-alliance policy to its limit. When he firstvisited Ronald Reagan in January 1983, he authorized technological cooperation in weapons. ”23 In May 1983 at the Williamsburg G-7 Summit, he rescued Reagan, who faced the reluctance of other Western leaders to demand the eradication of Soviet intermediate nuclear forces targeted at Europe and the Far East.
These assertive moves for regional leadership, as the decision to work closely with ASEAN, led to the formation of the ASEAN ϩ 3. Obuchi played a leading role in convening a Japan–China–South Korea tripartite meeting on the fringe of the ASEAN ϩ 3 meeting in Manila. His proactive policy in enhancing cooperation in Asia was further manifested by organizing a conference for “intellectual dialogue for the future of Asia” highlighting “human security” cooperation and choosing Okinawa as the location of the 2000 G-8 Summit as he sought to have China represented.
Became focused on winning their cooperation. As comprehensive as Japan’s own sanction measures were, it now became part of a regional security dynamic that balanced threatening moves to prevent another nuclear test with further assurances to bring the North back to the six-party talks. Given this momentum for regional cooperation, there was new urgency to find common ground with leaders in the region. The North Korean threat could bring the region together, and China and South Korea were intent on steering first the United States and then Japan toward a strategic compromise.