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Opinion

Biden puts Japan at the center of US policy in Asia

Washington appears to be embracing Tokyo's strategic concerns

| Japan
Joe Biden, left, and Yoshihide Suga, on screen, participate in a virtual meeting with leaders of Quadrilateral Security Dialogue countries on Mar. 12: Biden's push for the meeting suggests the influence of Japan's strategic thinking.   © Getty Images

Jeffrey W. Hornung is a political scientist at the nonprofit, nonpartisan RAND Corporation.

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