The foundations for an East Asian Union, based on shared culture and historical links, are in place. We just need the political will

On May 1, Japan inaugurated the first day of the Reiwa era, but in 1868, another era transition brought with it a seismic shift in Asian politics. The enthronement of the Meiji emperor marked Japan’s embrace of Western institutions and modernity, and the emergence of the doctrine of Pan-Asianism, by which Japan cast itself as the natural leader of the East Asian world, arguing that Asia should be for Asians and that the political destiny of Asian countries should be determined free from Western…
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