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The United States and Japan still benefit from complementary maritime capabilities | War on the Rocks

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Japan will soon be moving to a more independent maritime force structure that could shift away from a complementary force structure between the allies. With this, the complementary security relationship between Japan and the United States is at risk, but surprisingly, both parties will still benefit from it despite the move. Both countries will still reap the benefits of extra capability produced when they generate forces based on comparative advantage.

Source: https://warontherocks.com/2021/03/the-united-states-and-japan-still-benefit-from-complementary-maritime-capabilities/

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