Memory and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific


Weekly Update – May 19
May 19, 2008, 3:37 pm
Filed under: China, China-Japan, China-Korea, Japan, Japan-Korea, Korea

Feint Operation, Korea Times, May 19, 2008

S Korea expresses regret over Japan’s claim to disputed islets , Xinhua, May 19, 2008

[Editorial] Japan and the reconciliation of history, Hankyoreh, May 19, 2008

Lee instructs fact-finding into Japan’s Dokdo provocation, Yonhap News, May 19, 2008

Teachers’ Guidebook Alleges Japan to Claim Dokdo, Korea Times, May 18, 2008

SKorea nuclear envoy heads for talks in Washington, AFP, May 18, 2008

Education ministry: Takeshima Japanese soil Teachers handbook to say isles claimed by Tokyo, Seoul belong to Japan, Yomiuri, May 18, 2008

In Taiwan, the Politics of Art, Wall Street Journal, May 17, 2008

Opening China, Washington Post, May 17, 2008

In Tragedy, a New Kind of Unity, May 18, 2008

China may accept more foreign teams, Heraldsun, May 17, 2008

Was the Hu Japan visit the start of better ties?, Taipei Time, May 16, 2008

Disaster may help bring Asian economies closer together, International Herald Tribune, May 16, 2008

Japanese Reengagement, Chinese Disenchantment, Chosun Ilbo, May 16, 2008

Chinese Quake Shows Change in Winds Across Asia: William Pesek
, Bloomberg, May 16, 2008

China, Korea: More nationalist than thou, Asia Times, May 15, 2008

Lee and Fukuda’s risky dream of friendship, UPI Asia Online, May 15, 2008

Don’t mention the war, Economist, May 14, 2008

Chinese scholars: China-Japan fresh communique maps blueprint for future, Xinhua, May 13, 2008

Mr. Hu’s Peaceable Visit to Tokyo
, New York Times, May 10, 2008

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