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San Francisco treaty doesn't help Japan (2)

By Zhong Sheng (Global Times)

10:05, October 25, 2012

In recent years, the US repeatedly made it clear that what it returned was administrative power and it took no stance on the issue of the ownership of the islands.

Recently, Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Genba wrote in the Spanish magazine Figaro that Japan is a responsible country.

But how can people believe that a country, which stole another country's territory and did not return it, and which shows no respect to international declarations and uses disputes to stir up the whole Asia-Pacific region, is a responsible one?

If Japan wants to win respect from the international community and trust from its neighbors, it should face up its past deeds and correct its own behavior.


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