China and Japan Look to Mend Fences – Aljazeera

From Aljazeera News:
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China and Japan have agreed to step up efforts to improve relations after a long rift over territorial disputes and lingering animosity based on their wartime past.

The move follows a trilateral summit meeting between the Chinese, Japanese and South Korean leaders on the sidelines of a wider Asian summit in the Philippines…

According to Chinese officials, Wen told Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, that he should be careful in his handling of Japan’s wartime past and its occupation of much of East Asia before and during World War II.
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Related report: Building a Shared Strategic Relationship syays, “Relations between Japan and China seem to be off to an amicable start for 2007, but the regional security situation in Asia remains severe, with grave issues left mounting.”

(Photo of Wen and Abe)

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