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Chinese-Japanese Relations

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Chinese-Japanese Relations

Chinese-Japanese Relations

Chinese-Japanese Relations

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Two Asian giants, China and Japan, are struggling to get along. Their issues include disputed oil rights, military buildups, national pride, and the legacy of the second world war. Neal Conan leads a discussion on how the growing power struggle in Asia affects the rest of the world.

Guest:

Ezra Vogel, professor of Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard University; former director of the Fairbanks Center for Chinese Studies; former director of the U.S.-Japan program at the Center for International Affairs; author of Japan Is Number One; editor of Living with China.