"Shinzo-Thank you for your strong leadership…," was how Mr. Obama signed one photo of the two leaders together, a picture Mr. Abe keeps framed on a bookshelf in one office. Yet from the US perspective, there is one irritant nagging at the relationship. That is Mr. Abe's ambivalent embrace of apologies for World War II-era aggression. Over 2½ years in power, he and supporters have repeatedly gotten tangled in historical controversies-such as by demanding that a US textbook publisher tone down descriptions of wartime brutalities.--
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