Abe understood that the fate of many countries depends upon the security of Taiwan, and why a Taiwan contingency is also the world’s contingency.
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“Being able to exercise the right of collective self-defense means nothing more than avoiding getting dragged into a war,” he said at a recent symposium.
“Japan must work to defend itself, and must maintain the power needed to prevent war from breaking out in the first place” ー Former PM Shinzo...
“The US policy of ambiguity toward Taiwan is now fostering instability in the Indo-Pacific region,” former PM Shinzo Abe wrote.