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Can Japan and South Korea reconcile?

On paper Japan and South Korea look like natural allies. But more than one hundred years of hostilities are keeping them apart. For more than three decades the Korean Peninsula was occupied by the Japanese. It was a time of hardship for many South Koreans, especially those forced into prostitution. In 2015 both agreed to resolve their dispute. But are the Korean people ready to forgive? Guests: Sung Yoon-Lee Professor of Korean studies at Tufts University Peipei Qiu Author of ‘Chinese Comfort Women’ Lim Tai Wey Adjunct research fellow at the National University of Singapore's East Asian Institute #Japan #SouthKorea #KoreanPeninsula

South Korea’s ‘Comfort Women’

South Korea’s ‘Comfort Women’

South Korea’s ‘Comfort Women’ | Philippines’ Muslim Region | Unsettling Attacks on the Palestinians

South Korea’s ‘Comfort Women’ | Philippines’ Muslim Region | Unsettling Attacks on the Palestinians

Japan restricts supplies to South Korean smartphone makers | Money Talks

Japan restricts supplies to South Korean smartphone makers | Money Talks

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Diamond Mountains in New York | Exhibitions | Showcase

Protests against China's strict COVID-19 policy intensify

Protests against China's strict COVID-19 policy intensify

One dead, 12 missing after landslide on Italian island of Ischia

One dead, 12 missing after landslide on Italian island of Ischia

Scientists say fewer than 40 Balkan lynx left in the wild

Scientists say fewer than 40 Balkan lynx left in the wild

Protests against China's strict Covid-19 policy intensify

Protests against China's strict Covid-19 policy intensify

Young Afghan women forced into marriage

Young Afghan women forced into marriage

Workers in 30 countries want higher wages, better work conditions

Workers in 30 countries want higher wages, better work conditions

European countries try to protect Lipizzaner horses

European countries try to protect Lipizzaner horses

Shelling kills 15 in Kherson as Ukraine battles to restore power

Shelling kills 15 in Kherson as Ukraine battles to restore power

China records highest daily infection rate for second day in row

China records highest daily infection rate for second day in row

Ceasefire agreement reached to control DRC insurgency

Ceasefire agreement reached to control DRC insurgency

Shoppers on Istanbul's Istiklal Street as life returns to normal

Shoppers on Istanbul's Istiklal Street as life returns to normal

Tunisia’s olive oil production dips

Tunisia’s olive oil production dips

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