Russia’s decision to suspend negotiations on a formal peace treaty to end World War II is an opportunity for Japan.
That is because the move obliges the Japanese government to reassess its policy and strategy, to recognize the bitter truth about Russian thinking and dispense with the unreasonable expectations that have guided decision making in Tokyo.
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