Vitriolic spats have marred the relationship between Japan and China whenever matters such as Japan’s wartime past and territorial issues come to a head.
Now acrimonious bickering over the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea has put the bilateral relationship under stress unseen since diplomatic ties were normalized in 1972.
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