Russia, Japan Still at War over these Islands – Explained

More than 70 years after the end of World War II, Japan and Russia haven’t signed a peace treaty. The two countries are in dispute over a chain of Pacific islands. The President of Russia and Prime Minister of Japan expressed a desire to reach an end to the Kuril Islands dispute. For more on this, RT’S Daniel Hawkins joins Rick Sanchez with the latest. Former Naval Intelligence Officer John Jordan joins Rick Sanchez for reaction to the meeting and the long unsolved dispute.

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