Japan Warns Both Sides Not to Stir Up Nationalism in Boat Border Dispute
It started out as a spat over a fishing boat but has rapidly devolved into a bilateral crisis-- pitting the two great titans of Asia against each other in their worst diplomatic row in years.
Today, Japan's government warned that both Japan and China must beware of fomenting nationalism over the ongoing dispute.
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More News On The Rise Of Tensions Between Japan And China
China Rules Out Meeting with Japanese Leaders at UN -- Voice of America
China rejects fence-mending meeting with Japan -- AFP
China snubs Japan PM over boat row, rules out meeting -- Reuters
China says time not proper for meeting between Premier Wen, Japanese leader at UN summit -- Xinhuanet
Collision at sea sparks anger, breakdown in China-Japan talks -- Washington Post
China raises pressure over detained seaman -- UPI
Japan counsels against 'extreme nationalism' in row with China -- The Guardian
Japan warns China against 'extreme nationalism' -- BBC
China-Japan spat could derail gas drilling talks -- AP
Tokyo governor scraps China visit as row deepens -- AFP
China-Japan row reveals deep-seated differences -- BBC
SMAP-stick diplomacy -- The Economist
More on the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands -- Nicholas Kristof, New York Times opinion