Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution
Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution

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Why the US is no threat to China, but a remilitarised Japan, led by Shinzo Abe, may well be

Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution

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Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution
Chi Wang says a Chinese psyche still bearing the scars of the Nanking massacre has reason to feel threatened, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leads Japan towards remilitarisation by abolishing Article 9 of its US-influenced pacifist constitution
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