January 22, 2014

A Dangerous China-Japan Contest for Supremacy

Andrew Browne, Wall Street Journal

The Associated Press

The history of East Asia in modern times has been shaped by the wildly contrasting fortunes of China and Japan. Now both are on a roll.

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