Still not over World War II in many ways, China is on the lookout for any moves to introduce militaristic elements into Japan’s Constitution after 60 years of peaceful foreign relations, according to Chinese scholars and media.

Japan advanced its economy to the top spot in Asia and gained the trust of former World War II enemies in Asia because its Constitution forbids military action abroad, the observers said.

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