To date, no sitting Japanese prime minister has ever visited prominent second world war memorials dedicated to the Nanking Massacre.

Why sorry is still the hardest word to say for Japan, 70 years after the second world war

Stephen Nagy considers Japan's need to cater to post-war domestic politics and its strategic positioning

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To date, no sitting Japanese prime minister has ever visited prominent second world war memorials dedicated to the Nanking Massacre.
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