December 23, 2012

Wave of Nationalism Sweeps Northeast Asia

Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times

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China, Japan and North and South Korea grapple for position during a time of transition and with a new set of leaders with more hawkish backgrounds.

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TAGGED: Park Geun-hye, Asia, North Korea, China, Japan, South Korea

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