Time to Mend Fences
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's upcoming visit to the United States is bound to come under close scrutiny in China. The postponed trip, the first since Abe took office late last year, takes place at a time when the two neighbors remain entangled in a protracted dispute over the sovereignty of the Diaoyu Islands
A Triple Threat

Washington's statement and attitude during Abe's coming visit will create an inevitable and non-negligible influence on the future development of the dispute over the Diaoyu Islands

Japan interpreted Clinton's statement as having Washington's support. And the public opinion of the world also considered the statement to be the toughest message that the United States released to China

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