January 7, 2014

China and Japan Get All Harry Potter

William Pesek, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

London isn’t usually the place to look for clues about rising tensions between China and Japan. But a surreal diplomatic tit-for-tat there speaks volumes about the fast-deteriorating situation in northeast Asia.

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