Japan Today: U.S., Japan warn China on 'coercion, destabilizing behavior'
TOKYO: The U.S. and Japan warned Beijing against "coercion and destabilizing behavior" on Tuesday after top-level diplomatic and defense talks aimed at bolstering their alliance against rising Chinese influence.
Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin and top U.S. diplomat Antony Blinken are on their first overseas trip, which began Monday in Japan, looking to shore up regional alliances and send a message to Beijing.
They will continue on to South Korea, and a policy review by the new administration of its approach to Pyongyang is also a key part of the diplomatic outreach.
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