Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of Asia Global Institute, has written a review paper on Sino-Japanese relations. He explains how the two countries can overcome dilemmas and manage the complicated bilateral relations more effectively as they enter a new “Two Giants” era in the history of East Asia.
The paper was first published in The Review of International Affairs by the Institute of International Politics and Economics. To read the paper, please click here.
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