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Enhanced Quad will provide foundation for Indo-Pacific stability

Cooperation with US, India, Australia crucial for Japan's new government

From left: Top diplomats Subrahmanyam Jaishankar of India, Toshimitsu Motegi of Japan, Marise Payne of Australia and Mike Pompeo of the U.S. are seen at the Quad ministerial meeting in Tokyo on Oct. 6.   © Reuters

Top diplomats from the Quad nations of Japan, the U.S., Australia and India agreed in Tokyo last week to step up their effort toward a "free and open Indo-Pacific" by collaborating with more countries in the region. 

Under new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, Japan should take the lead in building a stable international order. 

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