Broc West joins us once again for our ongoing look at news from across the Asia-Pacific. This time we cover: how countries across the Asia-Pacific are inching out from under the American umbrella; how the Japanese and the Russians may (or may not) be on the verge of formally concluding a WWII peace treaty; and Australia and Indonesia’s potential joint exercises in the South China Sea.
Moscow, Tokyo working on a peace treaty draft
Russia, Japan weigh priority projects for economic cooperation
Putin opposes setting time limit for signing peace treaty with Japan
Putin’s visit to Japan will include participation in Tokyo economic forum
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