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South Korea, Japan and China forge closer ties in Trump era
Cooperation between Japan, China and South Korea is becoming increasingly important, experts said at Friends of Europe event on 22 February.
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Friends of Europe's Director on Europe and Geopolitics, Shada Islam, contributed to Istituto Affari Internazionali's publication.