U.S. and Japan Ink New Cooperation Rules Amid Tension with China

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For the first time in 15 years, U.S. Defense officials began talks on Thursday, January 17, with their Japanese counterparts on strategic cooperation amid mounting tensions with China. The aim is to review the guidelines on cooperation and will also address concerns over North Korea's nuclear and missile capabilities. The new guidelines will shape exactly how America and Japan can work together in Japanese territory. A Defense Ministry spokesman said: "We would like to discuss Japanese S...
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