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Korean Comfort Women: Bargaining Chips in East-Asian International Relations

Introduction Until recently, the issue of the comfort women—the name given to approximately 200,000 women and girls, mostly from the Korean peninsula, who were forced to work as sex slaves by the Japanese military between 1932 and 1945—had stymied any … Continue reading

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