More broadly, as Bartosiak points out, there is a significant parallelism between Poland and Japan, as they are both emerging as the centrepieces of the US-led regional deterrence architecture in Europe and East Asia, respectively. On balance, there is momentum for increased security cooperation between Europe and Japan. This is where Japan comes in. Greater cooperation in defence-industrial matters could help Europeans and Japanese diversify their partnerships in that field, reducing their technological-strategic dependence on the US, and reap mutual benefits in terms of defence innovation. To be sure, Europeans do not want to become embroiled in territorial tensions in places like the South or East China Seas. Only a few of the bigger European countries really feel that they have an important stake in the Indo-Pacific.
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