TOKYO -- While tensions mount in East Asia over North Korea's arms program, a rift is emerging among Japanese policymakers over how Japan should deal with China, the leading economic and diplomatic player in the region.
Two factions in Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration are vying for leadership over this issue.
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