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Live cross: China-Japan relations: Crisis will not last long

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Yoichi Shimatsu is a former editor of the Japan Times Weekly.

Q1: What are the Japanese media saying about the current tension with China? And what do they think the outcome will be in the islands dispute?

Q2: History has always been a factor in disputes between China and Japan. Studies carried out in China suggested that negative attitudes may drive people on both side to go extreme, making relations even more fragile. What’s your take on that? Are we ever going to move on from historical issues and into a healthy relationship?


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