Richardson, Lauren Kate
History problems remain the major bone of contention in
contemporary Japan-South Korea relations. Paradoxically, while
their historical roots in Japan’s colonization of the Korean
peninsula have gradually receded, the diplomatic friction
surrounding them has grown ever more intense. The post-Cold War
era in particular has witnessed a marked surge in bilateral
contention over the burden of the past.
Challenging conventional state-centric and national...[Show more]
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