Japan, the US and the 'rebalance': deconstructing the Senkaku problem
Much has been written about the seemingly intractable standoff between Japan and China over the Senkaku Islands. While history and resources are clear drivers of the dispute, we also need to identify the strategic utility of these issues in the wider geopolitical context of the region in order to get to the heart of the problem
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