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The celebration of the 70th anniversary
of the end of the Pacific War which will take place on September, 3rd in
Beijing, is of interest in many aspects, primarily in view of the
current situation and expected development of the political situation
not only in Asia-Pacific Region but also worldwide.
It is even more interesting how today’s
Chinese governmental authorities consider the role of its Asia-Pacific
battlefield in the Second World War, and also the role of China itself
in the greatest military conflict in the world history.
The official name which also describes the reason for the ceremony on September, 3, now reads as follows: “China’s victory in the war against Japan’s aggression.”
Let us leave behind the historical
fairness of China’s modern tendency to exaggerate its significance in
the Second World War, and also its role in the Asia-Pacific battlefield,
we won’t lie saying that this tendency completely meets the today’s
political needs of the second world superpower.
A key element of the celebrations is
going to be a military parade in Beijing – it will be the first time
when the parade is organized for the above reason. Until now, military
parades in China have taken place annually on October, 1 as part of the
national celebration – the National Founding Day of the People’s
Republic of China.
About 12,000 military staff and an
enormous number of various (including up-to-date) Chinese military
weaponry, including strategic missiles, aircraft and tanks have been
announced to take part in the parade on September, 3, 2015.
As reported the Western leaders
(including Barack Obama and David Cameron), whose countries contributed
minimum as much as China to the victory over Japan, are likely to be
invited to visit the parade However, it is highly unlikely that they
will accept the invitations.
It is quite obvious that the parade which is going to march on the main square of the Chinese capital on the 3rd of September
is already missing some participants in order to be called historically
fair. This fact is a good example to show that such concepts as
«historical justice” and also “standards in human morality that have
been established throughout the centuries” on the one hand and
“Realpolitik” have nothing in common whatsoever.
Alas, that is the reality of our far
from perfect world, that only a hopeless idiot or an outright hypocrite
can allow himself to ignore.
In the catastrophic perestroika reform
period of our recent history cultural and intellectual dregs of that
sort had flooded the Russian society up to that point.
In this regard, when we see such
contributors to the completion of the Pacific War as Kazakhstan and
Mexico in the list of parade participants, but we don’t see the USA it
looks absolutely natural given the Realpolitik that is currently
maintained in the Asia-Pacific Region and should not be subject to moral
Moreover, the described format of the
upcoming parade is hardly going to cause any negative reactions from
Washington officials, even sarcastic ones. Both of the leading world
players fully understand and respect (as far as it is actually possible
in the increasing conflict conditions) the background reasons.
For external observers the fact that the US military personnel is not engaged in the parade will become a symptom
of troubles in the relationship between the two leading world
superpowers, also followed by the situation in the Asia-Pacific Region.
The (non) participation of the USA in
this parade is more or less clear and predicted. But, perhaps, the main
intrigue up to August, 20 was a possible visit of the Japanese Prime
Minister, Shinzō Abe, to Beijing for the celebrations.
The Japanese press periodically
published some kind of ‘information’, which obviously didn’t come “out
of the blue”. In particular it was stated that the terms of S. Abe’s
visit had been discussed during the visit of the head of the Japanese
National Security Council, Shotaro Yachi to Beijing at the end of July.
The most important issue during those negotiations was S. Abe’s speech
about the 70th anniversary of the end of the Pacific War, which was on
During several days in Beijing, it
seems, they debated all pros and cons of the possible speech and also
Japanese Prime Minister’s presence at the upcoming celebrations.
Finally, on the 20th of August
the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed his surprise about
the contents of one of the latest publications of a leading Japanese
newspaper, the Mainichi Shimbun, in which the topic of S. Abe’s possible
visit to Beijing was once again discussed. It turns out that “nobody
had heard about” such plans in China.
On the following day, the official
representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s
Republic of China announced that “Japan should do more to rebuild and
develop its relationships with its neighbours
The reason for the latest reprimand
addressing Tokyo on the theme of the rules of good political tone this
time was the wife of Abe visiting the Yasukuni Shrine, where the 2.5
million Japanese military personnel and war criminals convicted by the
Tokyo Tribunal are commemorated.
On 24th August the intrigue was finally
put to an end with the announcement made by Japanese government that S.
Abe’s visit was not to happen
However, the meeting between both
leaders at the is still possible, in particular at upcoming
international forums, such as the Opening of the 70th Session of the UN
General Assembly in September of the next APEC Summit which will take
place at the end of November in Manila. But again these are purely
There are also reports of an initiative
from South Korea to hold trilateral summit (with China and Japan’s
participation) at the beginning of October in Seoul
In view of the fact that S. Abe’s
hypothetical visit to Beijing was suggested “in the spirit of Angela
Merkel” (who visited Moscow during the celebrations marking the end of
World War Two but did not attend the parade), then it is worth briefly
discussing the topic of the varying scope and nature of the problems in
the current Russia-Germany and Japan-China relations.
The relations between Russia and Germany
that had been rather good and friendly, became strained due to the
escalation of the Ukraine crisis. However, the reaching an agreement
between the involved parties about the future of that part of what was
historically Russian territory seems entirely probable. For that, it’s
necessary to recognise the simple truth that present day Ukraine is a
furunculus (in layman’s terms – a boil) on the backside of Europe,
causing not exactly catastrophic but nonetheless significant discomfort.
Isn’t that the case? Current Japan-China
relations are taking on an increasingly confrontational nature for a
variety of reasons. Some of the “rational ones” can be stated relatively
simply, others “of historical nature” are a lot more complicated to
The important thing is that they are
closely interlinked, which makes the growing tension between Japan and
China of a much more fundamental nature, than those of Russia and
It is possible that in a bilateral
format they almost cannot be smoothed over, and extending it to a
trilateral format with participation of Russia would give a positive
Whatever the case, S. Abe’s absence in
Beijing on 3 September will mean that three of the leading world powers
in North-Eastern Asia have truly missed their chance to discuss regional
problems at the highest level with an aim to at least set out a roadmap
to their solution.
This time somewhere, something for some
reason didn’t work out and now only the most broad suggestions on this
topic can be made.
Thus, the Russia-Japan relations have
been frequently discussed by the Chinese semi-official newspaper, the
Global Times. Primarily, the difficulty in reconciling Moscow and
Tokyo’s positions on the so-called “problem of the northern territories”
has been emphasized.
However, in the article entitled “The
USA is against the developing relations between Moscow and Japan” dated
19th August of this year
it is possibly the first time that the topic of Washington’s reticence
regarding potential Japan’s excessive independence and the USA’s
subsequent losing of control over a key US ally in the Asia-Pacific
Region has been mentioned so transparently. On top of that there are the
US concerns about Russia become Japan’s potential partner.
This, according to the author of the
above article, is forcing the US pressure on Tokyo to put obstacles to
the development of Japan-Russia relations.
It is an entirely convincing point of
view, but considering the difficult history of Japan-China relations,
China’s concerns regarding the potential “excessively close”
Russia-Japan relations is understandable.
In conclusion it is worth mentioning
that such concerns held no real basis in fact earlier and now, following
the failed possible meeting between Russian and Japanese leaders in
Beijing and also the completely contradictory messages that have been
sent over the last few months from Moscow to Tokyo, it seems that
Beijing (and Washington for that matter) can relax for a long time.