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Historic 'Comfort Women' Agreement Still Requires Action | Wilson Center


Historic 'Comfort Women' Agreement Still Requires Action | Wilson Center: One place to start is to discourage elected officials from criticizing the agreement. While Japan is a democracy with a broad spectrum of views, criticisms by elected officials and government appointees of previously-issued apologies have suggested inconsistency if not duplicity in Japanese attitudes towards the “comfort women” issue. The Prime Minister should also carefully reconsider the advisability of visits to the controversial Yasukuni Shrine and the government approval of revisionist textbooks that whitewash Japan’s imperial legacies. These actions will speak louder than any words.

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