IAI Commentaries, 18:21, March 2018
Japan and the European Union share many commonalities. Both are advanced industrialized countries, are governed by liberal democratic institutions and are allies of the United States. The ongoing, dynamic shift in global power structures may produce diverging views and policies, however.
Against this backdrop of fluidity and unpredictability, how are Japan and the European Union adapting to these changes and how does their geographical collocation affect the way each views global powers and developments?
Read more here