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Opinion

Japan should be admitted to the Five Eyes network

Difficulty adding new members demands a new type of intelligence sharing coalition

| Japan
Modern coalitions must be more diverse.   © Reuters

Richard Armitage is founding partner and president of Armitage International LC and a former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State. Zack Cooper is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and co-director of the Alliance for Securing Democracy.

The time has come for Japan to become a member of the world's leading intelligence-sharing arrangement.

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