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How to Deal with a Rising China: a Japanese Perspective

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Japan and China have struggled to understand each other’s different perspectives on historical issues, and this has been preventing constructive diplomatic dialogue between them. Meanwhile China has been creating tensions with several of its neighbours by challenging their sovereignty over various islands. Historical issues are involved here too. In this seminar Professor Takahara will talk about the difficulties of handling historical issues affecting the region, which seem to have increased over the last decade. He will discuss what can be done to build peace in North East Asia for future generations.

This talk is part of the Centre for Rising Powers series.

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