After winding down a whirlwind five-nation tour earlier this month, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida was explicit in his concerns over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — and what it means for the Indo-Pacific region.
“Ukraine may be East Asia tomorrow,” he said.
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China, U.S., defense, North Korea, Fumio Kishida, Taiwan, trade, budgets, Ukraine, Joe Biden, U.S.-Japan relations, Russia-Ukraine war