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Despite the Bush administration's rhetorical emphasis on the U.S.-Japan alliance as the "cornerstone of U.S. security policy in Asia," the alliance evolved into one cog of U.S. global security partnerships as Japan sent its troops to remote locations like the Indian Ocean and Iraq. In Asia, Japan's desire to cement the U.S. commitment to its security has suffered from both perceived lack of American credibility and the United States' lack of sensitivities to Japan's relations with its regional neighbors. In this book, a team of American and Japanese experts examine to what extent diverging priorities in the U.S.-Japan alliance are real and whether they are not remedied with political and diplomatic leadership and other processes. American and Japanese authors are paired to analyze the same topic, where doing so is possible, for comparing their perspectives.

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