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By working together, China and Japan can revive their economies

Shared values can help heal the wounds of history

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Leaders of 16 nations posed together at the conclusion of the 3rd RCEP Summit in Nonthaburi, Thailand, in November 2019: Trade between China and Japan rose by 17% following the signing of the trade agreement a year later.    © Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Nancy Snow is distinguished visiting professor of strategic communications at Schwarzman College of Tsinghua University and the author of "The Mystery of Japan's Information Power."

My first faculty appointment, over two decades ago, was in New England, where regional favorite son Robert Frost observed, "Good fences make good neighbors."

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