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History reveals Abe's ploy

By Liu Jiangyong | China Daily | Updated: 2014-02-11 07:47

Japan's occupation of Diaoyu Islands violates all established laws and poses a challenge to post-war international order

Accepting the post-war international order established by the Cairo Declaration and Potsdam Declaration and complying with its pacifist Constitution, Japan embarked on the road to peaceful development after surrendering to the Allied forces in 1945.

Of late, however, Japanese right-wing forces have been trying to remove the military restraints imposed on Japan by its Constitution and change the international order. This rightist political tendency has become more obvious since December 2012, when Shinzo Abe was sworn in as Japan's prime minister for the second time.

History reveals Abe's ploy

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