China and Japan begin talks on building alliance
By Julian Ryall in Tokyo and Malcolm Moore in Shanghai
Telegraph, 5 Oct 2009
Japan and China have been sworn enemies since the Emperor Meiji’s military routed the Chinese forces more than a century ago.
But in a move that will send shock waves around the world, the two countries have begun talks on forging a new union that could make them the most powerful force in the world.
Tokyo and Beijing are discussing plans to create an “East Asian Community,” similar to the European Union, that would improve economic and political relationships in the region. Continue reading “『デイリー・テレグラフ』紙「日中同盟検討を開始」” »