China, Japan, South Korea Keep Feuds Under Wraps at SummitBy
Onus now on leaders to follow talks with tangible initiatives
Slowing economies, nuclear threat spur resumption of dialogue
In opting to “completely” restore cooperation with Japan after a more than three-year hiatus, China and South Korea chose to prioritize economic and security issues over the disputes about history and territory that have divided them. The detente may prove fragile.
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