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《Northeast Asia Forum》 2018-05
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The Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship and the Legal Basis of Sino-Japanese Relations

LIU Jiang-yong;  
It is in the common interest of both countries that China and Japan "have one thing with water" and peaceful coexistence. However, despite the publication of four political documents such as the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and Friendship between China and Japan, what is the legal basis for the relationship between the two countries? What is the basis of the post-war East Asian international order? In this regard, Japan's position and China's position is not consistent, and objectively forms a "contradictory view of the Sino-Japanese international order." The Japanese government has never emphasized adherence to the four political documents between China and Japan to deal with bilateral relations and territorial issues. It has always insisted on the "San Francisco Peace Treaty" as the basis for the post-war East Asian international order, which will inevitably affect the healthy development of Sino-Japanese relations. On the occasion of the 40 th anniversary of the Sino-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship, it is indeed necessary to make a systematic study and explanation on the legal basis of Sino-Japanese relations.
【CateGory Index】: D822.331.3
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