May 5, 2014

Airbrushing the U.S.-China Alliance

Jean-Pierre Lehmann, East Asia Forum

The Associated Press

Looking ahead in this extremely turbulent environment, a Japan that demonstrates genuine repentance vis-à-vis its Asian neighbours and genuine gratitude vis-à-vis the United States is a Japan that will have demonstrated a sense of global citizenship. Japan, East Asia and indeed the world would all stand to benefit considerably were that to transpire.

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