Abe’s visit to Pearl Harbour was most certainly motivated by a desire to cosy up to Washington at a time when China is becoming increasingly powerful. Illustration: Ingo Fast

Abe’s words at Pearl Harbour were purely for effect, with an eye on China

Jean-Pierre Lehmann says Japanese crimes against humanity extend well beyond the attack on the US base in Hawaii, and Abe’s visit was nothing more than an attempt to cosy up to Washington

Topic |   Shinzo Abe

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Abe’s visit to Pearl Harbour was most certainly motivated by a desire to cosy up to Washington at a time when China is becoming increasingly powerful. Illustration: Ingo Fast
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