There's a need to engage in an exchange of self-understanding at the grass-roots level to allow people, not governments, to discover their shared histories.

No reconciliation is possible for China, Japan and Korea without a deep understanding of what matters to one another

Stephen Nagy says the three countries must recognise one another's self-identity to improve relations

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There's a need to engage in an exchange of self-understanding at the grass-roots level to allow people, not governments, to discover their shared histories.
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Stephen R. Nagy

Stephen R. Nagy

Stephen R. Nagy is a distinguished fellow of the Asia Pacific Foundation and a senior associate professor at the International Christian University, Tokyo.