2009 strategic political, economic trends in E. Asia (Part 2 of 2)
PREMIUM Learning how to deal with each other as neighbors and major regional powers is critical not only for the two individual nations, but also for the broader region in general. That is why regional cooperation institutions should assist them in finding the right modus vivendi. The role of the United States in supporting Japan is not helpful. It should be left to China and Japan to find the ba...
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