On December 15, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin will try to end World War II. For over seven decades, a dispute over four islands, which Russia calls the Southern Kurils and Japan calls the Northern Territories, has prevented a formal peace agreement. New research suggests a resolution is likely out of reach, but economic diplomacy could lay the groundwork for an eventual agreement.
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