Is the Asahi a scapegoat of nationalist media or victim of own missteps?

Japan Times's neutral comment.
Mainstream Japanese historians now believe that, as far as South Korea is concerned, local private brokers, not the Japanese military or government authorities, were the main players in rounding up females for the comfort stations, often through human trafficking and abductions. The Japanese historians share the view that there was no organized, large-scale role played directly by Japanese authorities in what is now South Korea in the forced recruitment of sex slaves.

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