Unryu SUGANUMA

In 1978 after long and arduous negotiations, the China-Japan Peace and Friendship Treaty was ratified, setting a new tone of peaceful coexistence and mutually beneficial exchange of cultural ideas, economic goods, and technological advances between the two rivals, and simultaneously contributing to the security of the Asia-Pacific corridor.

After forty years of antagonism, China and Japan signed the China-Japan Peace and Friendship Treaty in Beijing on 12 August 1978. This treaty represented

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By |2014-12-16T16:53:55-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, International Relations|Comments Off on China-Japan Peace and Friendship Treaty (Zhōng-Rì Yǒuhǎo Tiáoyuē 中日友好条约)|Zhōng-Rì Yǒuhǎo Tiáoyuē 中日友好条约 (China-Japan Peace and Friendship Treaty)

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