Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has outlined plans for Tokyo to take advantage of its UN Security Council role and presidency of the G7 to promote his foreign policy initiatives. Photo: Sam Tsang
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has outlined plans for Tokyo to take advantage of its UN Security Council role and presidency of the G7 to promote his foreign policy initiatives. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Japan’s foreign policy to be tested by China, Russia as non-permanent UN Security Council member

  • Fumio Kishida is expected to use Japan’s new role on the UN Security Council, and as host of a G7 summit, to push his foreign policy agenda
  • But his ambitions may be frustrated, an analyst said, in the face of resistance from regional rivals and mounting domestic political challenges

Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has outlined plans for Tokyo to take advantage of its UN Security Council role and presidency of the G7 to promote his foreign policy initiatives. Photo: Sam Tsang
Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has outlined plans for Tokyo to take advantage of its UN Security Council role and presidency of the G7 to promote his foreign policy initiatives. Photo: Sam Tsang
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