Japan should stabilize its political situation so it can bolster ties with Washington instead of worrying about the United States possibly prioritizing ties with China, experts on Japan-U.S. relations said Thursday in Tokyo.

Robert Orr, former president of Boeing Japan and an adviser to the campaign of President Barack Obama, assured that the new president has “more interest in Japan than you might think” and that ties with Tokyo are of interest to both Democrats and Republicans.

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