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Japan/South Korea – Why the Suga–Moon Tokyo Olympics summit was cancelled (East Asia Forum)

Kazuhiko Togo writes for East Asia Forum: The relationship between Japan and South Korea since the end of the Second World War has certainly been complex. Psychological adjustments after 36 years of Japanese colonial rule were high hurdles to overcome for both countries. Yet, Japan and South Korea gradually grew close.

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