Stephanie Kleine-Ahlbrandt

US Institute of Peace

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Director of the Asia-Pacific Program at the US Institute of Peace; former International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations

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Vice President Biden has arrived in Japan today in the midst of that country's dispute over China's declaration of an expanded air defense identification zone.

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While Chinese President Hu Jintao is on a  12-day tour of Africa , the Pentagon has announced the formation of a new command structure focusing on that continent.

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