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Japans Role on Regional Security and Order Maintenance as Public Property Initiative for the Regional Security & Order Coalition

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The Asia-Pacific region encompasses a vast area consisted of the Asian Continent, islands, and oceans, which embraces large and major part of global population, all major religions, and many countries made up of many different ethnic groups. Faced with radical changes in international community since the end of the Cold War, Japan has gradually departed from the indecision on the use of its defence forces for the international cooperation, which persisted since the end of World War Second due to its constitution. "Maritime order" could be the most suitable regional "urgent issue of common concerns" within regional countries for the moment. Once developed, Japan with sympathized countries could initiate to establish and manage the regional security and order coalition. Japan has taken a policy to willingly improve the security and order environment of the Asian region, and advanced its cooperation to strengthen "maritime order" maintenance efforts in the ASEAN countries.

Keywords: cold war; Japan's role; maritime order; order coalition; order maintenance; public property; regional security; self-defence forces



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