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As an advanced industrialized democracy and the world’s third-largest economy, Japan is well-positioned to help shape the Asia-Pacific. Yet this island nation is beset by several challenges, including anemic economic growth, public debt, an aging population, a declining birthrate and political paralysis that could complicate efforts to sustain its strategic and diplomatic weight. Japan’s strategic posture in the region and beyond depends fundamentally on whether political leaders can devise a plan for sustainable growth.
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