October 15, 2012

China Should Accept Japan's Olive Branch

Peter Kirby, The Guardian

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For too long, the Chinese state has treated rage against Japan as a poorly sutured wound to be torn open when expedient.

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TAGGED: Senkaku islands, Asia, Japan, China

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