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Japan Doubles Down on Growing Threat From China and Russia


Citing the threat from communist China and Russia, Japan’s 2023 military budget is the biggest since World War II. Japan doubles military spending for 2023 “China continues to unilaterally change or attempt to change the status quo by coercion in the East China Sea and South China Sea,” reads Japan’s 2022 defense white paper. The document outlines the scope of the threat posed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), including its willingness to use force to capture Taiwan, its deepening relationship with Russia, and “joint navigations and flights being conducted in the areas surrounding Japan by both Chinese and Russian…

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