China and Japan: a dangerous standoff over the Senkaku islands | Simon Tisdall
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China and Japan: a dangerous standoff over the Senkaku islands | Simon Tisdall

Tōkyō : Japan | Sep 17, 2012 at 7:18 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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AP The latest, dangerous standoff between Japan and China , which brought violent protests across China , was sparked by Tokyo's decision to "nationalise" a chain of disputed, gas-rich islands in the East China Sea. But the row is just one manifestation of a deeper, multi-faceted, and almost institutionalised... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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Japan has said it would nationalize Senkaku islands through a purchase from private Japanese landowners
Japan has said it would nationalize Senkaku islands through a purchase from private Japanese landowners
 
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