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China, Japan and South Korea Struggle to Overcome Historical Divisions

last modified Apr 10, 2015 02:56 PM

The recent meeting in Seoul between the foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea has raised hopes of renewed cooperation, but the countries remain sharply divided by history.

An article for Chatham House by Dr John Swenson-Wright, University Senior Lecturer in Modern Japanese Politics and International Relations and Head of the Asia Programme at Chatham House.

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