World War II haunts Japan's investment in Siberia

World War II is still haunting the relationship between Russia and Japan because of a dispute over territory and lack of a peace agreement. Now, massive energy investments in Siberia are paving the way for new negotiations.



High up North between the icy Northern Pacific Ocean and the even colder Sea of Okhotsk lie the Kuril Islands like small beads of rock and stone.

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