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The number of academics who have signed a statement urging Japan to address its wartime past has more than doubled since its publication two weeks ago, a scholar who leads the initiative said Tuesday.

Mark Selden, a senior research associate at Cornell University, said the document has now drawn the support of over 450 academics. When it was first published on May 5, 187 scholars of Japanese studies had signed the statement.

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