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Writing off the rest of Asia overlooks the strength of Japanese companies and steps by Tokyo to steer economic policy — not to mention development aid — toward countering Chinese influence. A secondary theme is the sense that America, Japan’s closest economic and security ally since 1945, is increasingly inward looking and unreliable.

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Bloomberg Opinion writer Daniel Moss, saying that Tokyo’s government and the private sector are reasserting influence in Asia and beyond.

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America is the name of the continent and is divided into: North (Canada, United States of America and Mexico)

Try asking any Canadian or American if they are American and live in America. You'll get laughed in your face.

America is the colloquial name for the USA, and is used by Americans and the rest of the world to refer to the USA.

North, Central and South America are The Americas. Not America.

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My country’s name is the United States of America (U.S./USA) ... America is the name of the continent and is divided into: North (Canada, United States of America and Mexico), Central (Guatemala, etc.), South (Colombia, etc.) and the Caribbean (Cuba, etc.).

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Stuck between a rock and a hard place. Where will Japans place in the world be in 10 or 20 years?

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