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Why the world needs Indo-Pacific Charter

Japan must play key role in drawing up new global security framework

Left: U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill chat aboard a warship off the coast of Canada in August 1941. Right: The leaders of Australia, the U.S., India and Japan meet at the Quad summit in Tokyo in May 2022.  (Source photos by AP)

TOKYO -- Nearly a year has passed since Russia invaded Ukraine. With Moscow continuing its brutal assault on Ukrainian civilians and infrastructure, there is little hope of a cease-fire, let alone a peace agreement.

One thing, however, has become clear: Moscow's aggression against Ukraine is likely to end in failure, leaving Russia history's big loser. It is high time for the major powers to begin laying out a vision of a new world order for when the shooting stops.

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