Abe’s efforts to revive trilateral talks with China and S. Korea stall

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.   /AP

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. /AP

China, Japan and South Korea resumed a key diplomatic mechanism when deputy foreign ministers from the three bickering countries met in Seoul to discuss ways to re-ignite the forward movement of the practically stalled trilateral relationships caused by a variety of historical and territorial disputes. But in the end, no meaningful agreement was reached as to how to proceed next. The deputy ministerial level talk started in 2008 as a pragmatic approach to solving issues of trilateral interest.

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