Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Association of China and Japan

Beijing - Japan and China were the sworn enemies of the army when the emperor Međiđija defeated Chinese forces more than half a century. The latest move, which is expected to likely cause a shocking waves throughout the world, is beginning talks on a new alliance that could make it most powerful force in the world.

Tokyo and Beijing negotiations on the creation of East Asian Union like the EU, which would improve the economic and political relations in the region. The original areas of cooperation included the visa regime, health cooperation, energy and the environment before they gradually move towards the establishment and defense of the common agricultural policy and the political solution of pressing issues. Eastern - Asian alliance would, eventually, could also have a common monetary currency.

Such developments, several weeks after the election victory of the Democratic Party of Japan, a big surprise, analysts believe, if given the generational bile in relations between the two nations. Efforts by Japanese Prime Minister Jukija Hatojame to build new relations with Asian neighbors, which were strained during the term of the previous government in Tokyo, is another signal that the new Japanese administration turned back Washington, most loyal ally Tokyo since World War II.

Use the east Asian economic union for the rest of the world would be far-reaching. Japan is currently the second largest economy of the world, behind China, although this balance of power in the list of economically richest countries in the world would probably be changed in the next few years.

Robert Đuračić, director of the Institute for Contemporary Studies at Temple University in Japan says: "I think Japan is trying to improve the atmosphere in relations with China, demonstrate that the leadership of the country for cooperation, and improve economic ties and resolve territorial disputes. Đuračić is convinced that the West could have large benefits from closer relations of Japan and the rest of Asia.

Tensions between Japan and China date back to the 1894th when Japan invaded China and within nine months kineksu defeated army. In 1937th Japanese imperial army returned to completed the previously started, and surrounded Shanghai, Beijing and Nanjing, where, as estimated in the bloodbath killed 300,000 Chinese civilians.

Some in Japan still deny that the bloodshed and Dogi and nothing made to establish a bridge between the two nations. On the other hand, anger and resentment in China regarding Japan's colonial rule proved to be a major difficulty in improving relations between the two nations. Latest poll shows that two thirds of people still advocate of Asian integration, but that the government, feeling that the Communist leadership in China will not risk to increase the anger of the people entering into a sharp arrangement with Japan. Chinese Foreign Minister Yang POLS Đeići says that "China will not change his sympathetic attitude towards the East Asian cooperation with relevant parties. China is among the first countries that have advocated and supported the construction of the east Asian Union ".

Chinese media pointed out that it was the Japanese who wanted to revive the process, probably as part of a strategy to gain a stronger influence in East Asia.

Jongšeng Zou, a professor of Japanese studies at the University of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said: "Japan was not interested at first, but after the global financial crisis came to realize that strengthening ties with China and other economies in the region boost its economy." There are also Chinese resistance to the idea of a broader coalition, and the potential for interference and other traditional rivals such as India.

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