Kristine Kwok

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Why Japan’s ‘comfort women’ apology is a coup for Washington and a blow for Beijing

As Japan and South Korea concluded a deal to “finally and irreversibly” resolve the wartime “comfort women” dispute, analysts said the intensifying geostrategic competition in the region has been given an unexpected stir: a gain for Washington but an irritant for Beijing.

30 Dec 2015 - 3:14PM
Why Japan’s ‘comfort women’ apology is a coup for Washington and a blow for Beijing

As Japan and South Korea concluded a deal to “finally and irreversibly” resolve the wartime “comfort women” dispute, analysts said the intensifying geostrategic competition in the region has been given an unexpected stir: a gain for Washington but an irritant for Beijing.

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