Former Sex Slaves Shouldn't Become Trade Weapons
South Korean ladies, who claim they served as “comfort women” in brothels ran for Japanese military personnel during the World War II, shout slogans during a rally in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul. (Photographer: Seokyong Lee/Bloomberg News)

Former Sex Slaves Shouldn't Become Trade Weapons

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(Bloomberg Opinion) -- A retirement home nestled in farmland 90 minutes from Seoul isn't what most people would consider a trade-war frontier. But this is no ordinary assisted-living community. Her...
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