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South Korea and Japan Have More in Common than They Think (Like the China Challenge)

Poster:Post date:2019-09-07
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues)
(Brookings, By Jung H. Pak and Ethan Jewell) While negotiation and engagement at the leader level are critical, both sides also should be reminded about their convergence of interests and potential ways that the two countries could—and should—cooperate to confront their present and future challenges. <Accessed 2019-09-07>  
Last modification time:2019-09-08 AM 1:27

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