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Neighbors eye Tokyo's expanding Asia-Pacific role

WASHINGTON -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's defense policies are stirring mixed reactions around the Asia-Pacific neighborhood.

     The prime minister hopes to pass legislation that would allow Japan to play a bigger role in regional security. Tokyo and Washington have already agreed on new bilateral defense guidelines that broaden the scope of their partnership.

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