China and Japan: Demonstrating Differences

China is now Japan’s largest trading partner, eclipsing even the United States for the last two years, but the two countries remain far apart politically. So, a year after the anti-Japanese protests that spread across China in April 2005, what are the prospects for the future? Should we expect a rapprochement? Or continuing, deep-seated historical antagonism?

The World Today Published 1 April 2006 Updated 15 October 2020 4 minute READ

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