How current Japan-South Korea tensions reflect decades of resentment

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  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 22 Agu 2019
  • Japan and South Korea, the two most important U.S. allies in northeast Asia, are engaged in an increasingly grave feud. Relations between the two countries took a confrontational turn earlier this summer when Japan announced it would limit exports to South Korea; now, South Korea says it’s ending a critical intelligence-sharing deal. Judy Woodruff reports on the historically rocky relationship.
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