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Viewpoint: The big picture

Developed nations such as the US and UK often lack strategic thinking around maritime strategy, and as a consequence allow day-to-day crises to arise and deflect any serious long-term planning from its pre-ordained course

Developing a long-term maritime strategy has evaded the US and UK for decades, but Japan has provided an object lesson in seafaring foresight 

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