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China and Japan have cultural and political connections that stretch back 1,500 years. But today they need to reset their strained relationship. Ezra Vogel underscores the need for Japan to offer a thorough apology for its atrocities during WWII, but he also urges China to recognize Japan as a potential vital partner in the region.
Frontmatter Contents Preface 1. Chinese Contributions to Japanese Civilization, 600-838 2. Trade without Transformative Learning, 838-1862 3. Responding to Western Challenges and Reopening Relations, 1839-1882 4. Rivalry in Korea and the Sino-Japanese War, 1882-1895 5. Japanese Lessons for a Modernizing China, 1895-1937 with Paula S. Harrell 6. The Colonization of Taiwan and Manchuria, 1895-1945 7. Political Disorder and the Road to War, 1911-1937 with Richard Dyck 8. The Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 9. The Collapse of the Japanese Empire and the Cold War, 1945-1972 10. Working Together, 1972-1992 11. The Deterioration of Sino-Japanese Relations, 1992-2018 12. Facing the New Era Biographies of Key Figures Notes Sources and Further Reading Acknowledgments Index
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