Japan welcomes return of Malaysia’s Mahathir

TOKYO — Mahathir Mohamad’s return to power in Malaysia has come as a welcome surprise for the Japanese government when China’s increasing clout in Southeast Asia is eclipsing the influence of Japan and Western nations. Although diplomats are hesitant to …
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