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Launching a new era in China-Japan relations
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Regarding the characteristics of the new era, the joint document acknowledges China and Japan will assume greater responsibilities for world peace and development in the 21st century, with the Chinese side formally expressing its hope to see Japan play a more constructive role in international affairs.

It also lists a number of areas where the two countries should cooperate, with particular emphasis on the United Nations-led global efforts to deal with climate change.

Admittedly, the bilateral relations between China and Japan are never worry-free, as differences and issues manage to surface every now and then. That said, the two sides can overcome any obstacle and enhance their strategic relationship of mutual benefit as long as they follow the above-mentioned principles.

The author is a researcher with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

(China Daily May 12, 2008)

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