TIDBIT: JAPAN’S VERY QUIET DANCE WITH RUSSIA
Meanwhile, as I predicted, Japan is saying one thing to the USSA, and doing quite another, maybe because, unlike the Europeans, they don't want to commit national and cultural hari kiri (stories and articles courtesy of W.G.):
As I've been arguing for some time, a Russo-Japanese "entente" makes a great deal of sense for both countries, neither of which is benefitting very much by its relationship with the Imperium Americanum. Russia has the energy Japan needs, and it's close to hand, not subject to Chinese interdiction. Japan has the money and technology Russia needs, and is the regional counterweight to China and becoming too dependent on it.
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