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Cyber- and electronic warfare at core of Japan's defense policy

Guidelines for five-year plan aim to guard against today's threats

Boeing's electronic warfare aircraft EA-18G speacializes in radar jamming and deception. (Photo courtesy of Boeing)

TOKYO -- Japan will revise defense policy guidelines with an eye toward modern threats in areas like cyber, space and electronic warfare, seeking to adapt to a rapidly evolving security environment and bolstering cooperation with the U.S. military.

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