How current Japan-South Korea tensions reflect decades of resentment
Japan and South Korea, the two most important U.S. allies in northeast Asia, are engaged in an increasingly grave feud. Relations between the two countries took a confrontational turn earlier this summer when Japan announced it would limit exports to South Korea; now, South Korea says it's ending a critical intelligence-sharing deal. Judy Woodruff reports on the historically rocky relationship.
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