April 6, 2015 – “Think-tank head slams Abe’s attempt to dilute war crimes” (Korea Times)

“The head of a history think-tank has criticized Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for referring to women forced by his nation’s military into sexual slavery before and during World War II as victims of “human trafficking.” … “It is absolutely unacceptable because he used terms that go against historical facts,” Kim Hak-joon, president of the state-funded Northeast Asian History Foundation (NAHF), said in a recent interview with The Korea Times.”