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China – the World watching Japan’s Next Move

Related to  the reports about Japan is supplying maritime patrol aircraft to the Philippines, several public figures and personalities  have come up into their views and opinions. One of them is top Chinese diplomat assumed that the world is watching Japan’s reactions as the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Cabinet are trying to pass new security bills through Japan’s upper house, triggering nationwide protests as the bills are believed to deceive the fortitude of its Pacifist Constitution.

A former Chinese ambassador to Japan believed that the recent changes in Japan’s military and defense policies “naturally lead to concerns of many countries, especially neighboring countries. Related to the issue another important person expert on Japanese foreign guiding principle at the Chinese Academy of Social Science said that “Japan has not determined its history issue” and still attempting to do up or deny its history of aggression.