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USA-Giappone. L’incontro al vertice Biden-Kishida (fonte: CSIS)

Nicholas Szechenyi, Yuko Nakano, Matthew P. Goodman

Fumio Kishida will make his first visit to Washington as prime minister of Japan for a summit meeting with President Biden on January 13. The two leaders met frequently last year to coordinate an expansive agenda for U.S.-Japan relations and align their respective strategies in the Indo-Pacific region, a process that will continue at this meeting after the Japanese government released new national security and defense strategies last month. The two leaders are also expected to address an array of issues animating bilateral economic ties, as well as common approaches to preserving the rules-based international order as Japan prepares to host the G7 summit in Hiroshima this May.

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