capabilities in specific areas of commercial technology with significant military applications and national security importance, cooperating with other agencies as necessary. Even though efforts to monitor and address these issues are on the rise, managing dependence is an issue that will be with us for the foreseeable future. Japan is likely to continue to be at the center of the dependence issue.
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