Japanese Maintain Soft Approach Vying for Indochinese Influence

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The Japanese quest for diplomatic influence in Indochina has often been typified by a soft, behind-the-scenes approach backed by big spending on much-needed infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, health clinics and, in Cambodia, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Read more from Luke Hunt in The Diplomat.

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