China-Japan Ties Get Chillier

Investor's Business Daily
December 2013
Investors Business Daily;12/31/2013, pA01
7 Beijing said Japanese PM Shinzo Abe is not welcome to visit and that Chinese leaders would not meet with him. The pronouncement followed Abe's visit last week to a controversial shrine that honors Japan's war dead as well as WWII war criminals. Both nations are already at odds over an air-defense zone China established and rival claims to islets in the South China Sea.


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