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Japan, U.S. Can’t Stand by If China Attacks Taiwan, Says Former Japanese Prime Minister

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Japan and the United States cannot stand by if China invades Taiwan, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Dec. 1 Beijing needs to recognize that “a Taiwan emergency is a Japanese emergency,” he added Abe, who stepped down as prime minister last year, said an armed invasion of Taiwan would pose a serious threat to Japan, given the Senkaku Islands—which China calls the Diayou Islands—Sakishima Islands, and Yonaguni Island are only 100 kilometers (62 miles) away from Taiwan. “A Taiwan emergency is a Japanese emergency, and therefore an emergency for the Japan–U.S. alliance. People in Beijing, [Chinese regime…

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