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South Korea's Moon torn by 'split personality' when it comes to Japan

President lacks clear principles for managing relations between Seoul and Tokyo

President Moon Jae-in's past as a student activist comes forth when he addresses sensitive issues in relations with Japan.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in has two public personas when it comes to dealing with Japan: the statesman and the activist.

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