Japan is in a diplomatic dilemma in Northeast Asia?

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 Japan is in a diplomatic dilemma in Northeast Asia?


Lac Recently, the situation on the peninsula has turned to bring about a glimmer of dawn to the peace of Northeast Asia, the frequent contacts between the heads of state leaders, and the heels of shocking news. The supreme leader of the DPRK will go to Beijing first and then cross the 38 line. In the process, the Japanese government has expressed its willingness to participate many times. Andouble hopes to meet directly with the supreme leader of North Korea, but there is still a sense of neglect. In fact, Japan was not completely placed in the big change in Northeast Asia. Andouble met with Trump in the first visit to the United States. Wen in Yin also called Andouble in time, and between China and Japan, the process of improving the relationship was steadily promoted. The DPRK also conveyed the meaning of the dialogue with Japan at any time. However, because of the little influence of Japan on the peninsula, the lack of policy flexibility and the limitations of diplomacy, it has not yet received the pass to Pyongyang, which has lagged behind the historic turning point of the peninsula situation. Originally, the Korean Peninsula had a historical origin with Japanese colonial rule. After the Second World War, the separatist occupation of the Allied forces led to the split of the Korean state and plunged into war. Up to now, the state of the war on the peninsula is still not at the end of the law. The state of the armistice is guaranteed by the relevant powers, and the armistice agreement signed by Peng Dehuai, Kim Il-Sung and the US Army General Clark. Japan did not participate in it, so it had no say in the issue of the cease-fire on the peninsula. Now the issue of nuclear abandonment is also mainly a political problem between the United States and the DPRK, and it is impossible for the DPRK to take Japan as a major negotiator. Therefore, Japan is temporarily put aside by the DPRK and is not related to the peninsula affairs. Japans main appeal to the policy of the DPRK is the abandonment of nuclear and the solution of kidnapping. For many years, Japan has been closely following the United States. It has carried out a tough policy towards the DPRK, grabbed nuclear issues, missile issues and abduction issues, especially the abduction problem that occurred in the 70s of last century, with less flexibility. The question of kidnapping is a problem between Japan and the DPRK. The relationship between the two countries is not improved and the problem can not be solved. But the Japanese side regards the problem as a prerequisite for improving the relationship, not the result, so that the relations between the two countries are in deadlock. At present, the North Korean diplomacy is active, but when Japan is exploring the contact with the DPRK, it still regards kidnapping as a pressure condition and will inevitably be left out. In order to open up a stalemate in diplomatic relations with the DPRK, Japan placed its hopes on other countries mediation. Andouble hurried to see Trump to ask him to continue to exert pressure. Although Trump promised to convey information, it was hard to say that trunp would be really helpful if Japan did not give in to the United States trade issue. Andouble also asked him to be a lobbyist and hope the North Korea to solve the abduction and missile problems, but Japan has been tough on the comfort women and the island (Japan called Bamboo Island). On the 2 day of this month, Japan sent Kishida Fumio to India to improve relations in China, and Japan India reached a cooperation intention to control the threat of China in the East China Sea and the South China Sea, which will inevitably doubt its sincerity. As the old saying goes, if Japan wants to really improve relations with China, it will have to agree with words and deeds. In March 29th, the Korean labor news criticized Andouble for staying in the Cold War era and continuing to advocate pressure and economic sanctions. It is easy to say Andoubles visit, but the key is what to do. If the 35 years of colonial rule and the punishment of comfort women apologize and compensate, then the DPRK welcomes. On the issue of kidnapping, the DPRK thought that Koizumi had returned 5 of its survival to Japan in the two visit of 2002 and 2004, but the basic view of the Japanese government was that other abductors were still alive, but that the DPRK was not willing to return them to Japan, which was unacceptable to the DPRK. In addition, the panmendian declaration referred to the us - Korea or us - Korea - Korea - China talks mechanism, and did not mention the six - party talks, and Japan is likely to fail to participate in the peace process in Northeast Asia. If Japan continues to stick to its rigid policy and place its hopes on the United States, its diplomatic dilemma will be difficult to open. (the author is the executive director of Sino Japan Korea cooperation research center of Shanghai International Studies University) this is the source: Global Times global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 In March 29th, the Korean labor news criticized Andouble for staying in the Cold War era and continuing to advocate pressure and economic sanctions. It is easy to say Andoubles visit, but the key is what to do. If the 35 years of colonial rule and the punishment of comfort women apologize and compensate, then the DPRK welcomes. On the issue of kidnapping, the DPRK thought that Koizumi had returned 5 of its survival to Japan in the two visit of 2002 and 2004, but the basic view of the Japanese government was that other abductors were still alive, but that the DPRK was not willing to return them to Japan, which was unacceptable to the DPRK. In addition, the panmendian declaration referred to the us - Korea or us - Korea - Korea - China talks mechanism, and did not mention the six - party talks, and Japan is likely to fail to participate in the peace process in Northeast Asia. If Japan continues to stick to its rigid policy and place its hopes on the United States, its diplomatic dilemma will be difficult to open. (the writer is executive director of Sino Japan Korea cooperation research center, Shanghai International Studies University)