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Japan, U.S. and Taiwan should share new defense tech: Abe

Military adventurism by China 'could be suicidal,' former Japanese leader warns

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delivered a prerecorded speech at the Taiwan-U.S.-Japan Trilateral Indo-Pacific Security Dialogue. (Photo from Shinzo Abe's Twitter account)

TOKYO -- Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday called for greater cooperation between Japan, the U.S. and Taiwan on technologies in new defense domains, while raising the alarm over China's military buildup.

The three sides must spare "no effort in building our capabilities in all domains," including land, sea, air, cyber and outer space, Abe said in a prerecorded speech for the Taiwan-U.S.-Japan Trilateral Indo-Pacific Security Dialogue.

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