Tim Johnson: Frictions between Japan and China surge

From Knight Ridder Newspapers:

Hardly a month goes by without new irritants in relations between and China. Recent grievances range from a soccer riot and submarine intrusion to dominion over a lighthouse and the granting of a visa to an octogenarian.

The public mood in each country is souring toward the other, prompting some experts to wonder whether leaders will keep a lid on nationalistic tensions. Both countries are important to stability in Asia and the U.S. economy: Japan is the world’s second-largest economy, and China is a new power after two decades of fast growth.

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