Podcast: Is There Any Hope for Russia-Japan Relations Without Abe?
A political campaign poster featuring Japan's prime minister, Yoshihide Suga, is partially submerged in snow in Joetsu, Japan. Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images
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Any discussion of Russia’s Asia policy inevitably focuses on China, but what about Japan?
How will Russian-Japanese relations be affected by the departure of Japan’s longtime prime minister, Shinzo Abe? What drove his policy of active engagement with Russia, and will that policy continue under his successor? What potential remains for cooperation? Podcast host Alex Gabuev is joined by Taisuke Abiru to discuss these issues and more.
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