Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet
Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet
Taiwan

Taiwan vows to defend itself against Beijing, but would Japan join in?

  • If a war occurs, ‘we’ll fight it ourselves’, Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu tells Tokyo
  • Yet signs that Japan’s approach to handling Beijing may be evolving are indicative of international concerns

Topic |   Taiwan
Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet
Japanese and US ships transit the Pacific during a joint maritime exercise in February, amid rising tensions with Beijing. Photo: US Pacific Fleet
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