By Jennifer Lind.
"...If they wanted to reconcile with the Japanese, South Koreans—like the French toward the West Germans—would need to acknowledge the threats that Japan perceived in the early twentieth century and the suffering of the Japanese people during the war...."
"...South Korea distances itself from Tokyo in part to appease Beijing... As part of this distancing, Seoul promotes a narrative (as seen in its recent monuments and museums) that emphasizes Japan’s wartime violence and highlights Korean amity with China...."
An archive of news and resources on East Asian security. Rather than adhering to a particular political agenda, this archive aims to bring together diverse and insightful resources found while conducting research.