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“Will U.S., Israel Strike Iran?” Questions China’s Military (LAROUCHEPAC)

November 15, 2011 • 9:26AM Obama’s deceitful comment at the concluding APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) press conference that U.S., Russia and China “agree on the objective” that Iran must not be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon is getting big play in the Western propaganda machine, despite both Eurasian nations refusal to allow tighter … Continue reading

Asian countries should urge China’s military to obey rules of sea: Noda (Japan Today)

TOKYO —Asian countries should work together to encourage China’s increasingly assertive military to obey the rules of the sea, Japan’s prime minister has told the Financial Times. Yoshihiko Noda’s comments come against a background of rising tensions in the South and East China Seas, where several countries have competing territorial claims. “(We will) appeal in … Continue reading

South China Sea ideal battle field: Chinese analyst (Korea Times)

A Chinese analyst has insisted that Beijing should strike the Philippines and Vietnam, the two ‘noisiest troublemakers,’ to strike fear into other claimants, local media have reported Long Tao, a strategic analyst at the non-governmental China Energy Fund Committee, presented his view in an editorial titled, “A good time to take military action in the … Continue reading

Japan wades into S. China Sea feud (Japan Times)

Entry into territorial row over resource-rich areas likely to anger China Manila-Japan has held discussions with Philippine diplomats on resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea, wading into a contentious debate involving China. Philippine and Japanese diplomats recently discussed in Tokyo the need to ensure that the disputes are resolved peacefully and in accordance … Continue reading

Uncertain World: Why is China silent? (RIA Novosti)

By Fyodor Lukyanov Wars and public unrest across North Africa and the Middle East, political and economic standoff in the United States, a feverish financial climate in Europe and chaos in Japan all overshadowed the fact that China has become all but invisible on the international stage, even though all the above have a direct … Continue reading

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