Associate Editor for The Atlantic Matt Schiavenza outlines three reasons why China opposes a...
by Zhaohua Li | Mar 31, 2008
Japanese efforts to remove chemical weapons left behind in China after World War II, required under international treaty, are now on hold after the company responsible for the removal was closed due to a corruption scandal. As...
by Morgan Figuers | Jul 18, 2007
In two lawsuits, filed in 1996, two Chinese plaintiffs sued Japan for leaving leaking chemical weapons in China after WWII. From People’s Daily: The Tokyo High Court on Wednesday rejected the demands by Chinese plaintiffs seeking compensation from the Japanese government for their sufferings caused by chemical weapons left behind by the Imperial Japanese Army […]
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