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The U.S.-Japan Alliance: President Obama’s First 100 Days

By: Randall Schriver and Mark Stokes |

Befitting for a prominent ally, Secretary of State Hilary Clinton waited only a day to establish communication with her counterpart in Japan. While the gesture is surely appreciated in Tokyo, and the symbolism was not lost
in Washington, the messages revealed little about the Administration’s intentions (if any) to take concrete steps to enhance the alliance.