Memory and Reconciliation in the Asia-Pacific

Weekly Update – Sept. 29
September 29, 2008, 8:45 pm
Filed under: China-Japan, Japan, Japan-Korea, Korea

President Lee works toward greater bilateral cooperation in Russia, Hankyoreh, September 29, 2008

N. Korea wants off U.S. terrorism list, UPI, September 28, 2008

N. Korea Accuses US of Breaking Nuclear Accord, Korea Times, September 28, 2008

Japan PM eyes ‘common values´ diplomacy, China key,, September 27, 2008

Aso Cabinet vows to strengthen Asia ties, resolve N. Korea abductions, MCOT, September 25, 2008

Japan’s new foreign minister seeks friendship with China, The News International, September 24, 2008

Chinese Agency Says Aso’s Election Poses New Test to Japan, China Ties, RedOrbit, September 23, 2008

Japan Under Aso: a Manageable Risk?, Chosun Ilbo, September 23, 2008

[Editorial] Concerns about Japan’s new prime minister, Hankyoreh, September 23, 2008

BOOK REVIEW: ‘The China Lover’ by Ian Buruma, Los Angels Times, September 23, 2008

Japan’s next PM Aso a “cool old dude”, Reuters, September 22, 2008

China, Thai Central Bankers Signal Asia Coping With U.S. Crisis, Bloomberg, September 20, 2008

September 18 invasion remembered across China, China Daily, September 19, 2008

China threat? It’s a blessing, Asia Times Online, September 19, 2008

9.18: use history as mirror to look forward, China Daily, September 18, 2008

Ties ‘unaffected by Japan’s political change’, China Daily, September 18, 2008

Zhao highlights people-to-people exchanges, China Daily, September 17, 2008

Noted economist visiting Princeton to enhance study of Korea, News at Princeton, September 17, 2008


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