January 11, 2021

Asia

JAPAN/SOUTH KOREA: Comfort women ruling drives new wedge in relationship

BY Tobias Harris

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( 4 mins) The Japanese government swiftly rejected an 8 January ruling by the Seoul Central District Court that it must pay compensation to a group of surviving wartime sexual slaves known as “comfort women,” citing sovereign immunity and the terms of the 1965 basic treaty between Japan and South Korea. The ruling adds another source of tension […]

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