Friction grows between Japan and China

From AP (via USA Today): “Despite a thriving economic partnership, political ties between Japan and China are at their lowest ebb in years. The two countries are locked in disputes over World War II history, natural gas exploration and now a bold incursion by a Chinese nuclear submarine.

The troubles have blocked a meeting between the countries’ top leaders since 2001, complicated Northeast Asia’s scramble to meet its growing energy needs and threatened to limit the growth of Japan-China business ties. ”

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