Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has announced that his government will express remorse for the country's actions in World War Two as part of a statement to be released later this year, marking the 70th anniversary of Japan's defeat in that conflict. Tessa Morris-Suzuki is a professor of Japanese history at the Australian National University. Michael Lipin asked her what is known about the Japanese experts who will draft the war anniversary statement.
Japan's Abe Faces Challenge in Drafting 'Remorse' Statement Ahead of War Anniversary 1877296
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