January 31, 2014

Saving Japan & China from Dangerous Conflict

Rana Mitter, Bloomberg

The Associated Press

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hoped to herald his economic reform program at Davos last week. Instead, people zeroed in on another of Abe’s comments: likening tensions between China and Japan today to those between the U.K. and Germany on the eve of World War I.

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