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- Japan's Image Further Destroyed
- Doing Justice to the Past
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- Who Are the 14 Class-A War Criminals Enshrined at Yasukuni?
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Wang Yi
Whitewashing War of Aggression
The only way for Japan to win back the trust of its neighbors is to commit itself to peace
Zhu Chengshan
Why Has China Set a Memorial Day for the Nanjing Massacre?
Gao Yanping
The Post-War International Order Shall Never Be Challenged
Chinese Ambassador to Israel talks about World War II
Bu Ping
Into an Abyss of Disgrace
Despite Abe's abject denials of the historical truth and evidence, Japan is still liable for its wartime crimes against humanity
Liu Jiangyong
History Reveals Abe's Ploy
Japan's occupation of Diaoyu Islands violates all established laws and poses a challenge to post-war international order
Gao Hong
Lessons of History for Japan
Abe's evil designs cannot check China's peaceful rise or deter the world from advancing toward peace and prosperity
Huang Xingyuan
Japan's Image Further Destroyed
War history remains a thorn-in regional ties
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- Yasukuni: Reviewing History
Filmmaker Li Ying looks at the controversial Yasukuni Shrine by simply stating facts in his hotly debated documentary
- Handling History
American scholars share their views on disputes over historical issues of China-Japan relations
- Will the Ice Continue to Melt?
China and Japan are expected to bolster their ties in 2007, although challenges remain
2013: Abe's One Year in Office
February 21-24
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe visits the U.S. to seek stronger support concerning Japan's intentions with China's Diaoyu Islands.
July 9
Japan targets China as a major security threat in a defense white paper
August 15
On the 68th anniversary of Japan's World War II surrender, Abe sends a ceremonial gift to the Yasukuni Shrine
September 26
To justify his country's rising defense budget, Abe makes an indirect reference to China before addressing the UN General Assembly.
November 27
The Diet enacts a law to allow Abe's government to create a U.S.-style National Security Council.
December 13-15
Southeast Asian leaders respond with reluctance throughout the Japan-ASEAN Summit in Tokyo.
April 23
A group of 168 Japanese lawmakers visit the Yasukuni Shrine.
July 21
Abe's Liberal Democratic Party wins a majority in the upper house
September 17
The Japanese defense ministry considers shooting down a Chinese aircraft flying over China's Diaoyu Islands
October 25
A Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force ship intrudes into a drill zone of the Chinese navy.
December 7
The House of Councilors passes a controversial secrecy law to prevent leaks of what it calls state secrets.
December 17
The Japanese cabinet approves a security policy package.
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