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Post time 2013-3-4 09:32:50 |Display all floors
This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-3-4 09:40

THE JAPANESE "SPECIAL ENVOY" EVENT PROVED TO BE NO MORE THAN A PLOY TO PROVIDE A PLATFORM FOR THE PRO-JAPANESE ELEMENTS IN THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST ANY MILITARY CONFRONTATION WITH THE JAPANESE F15 INTRUDERS.

And, let Japan get away with a de facto aerial sovereignty over Diaoyudao.

So far, the new leadership of China has proven to be less forceful than its predecessors in confronting Japanese aggression.  Hopefully, this will not become a permanent feature of China's Japan policy.  Normally, if Japan flies its F15's, China should respond with its J-10's, but China has done this only once or twice, while Japan keeps getting away with flying its F15's in China's sovereign air space over Diaoyudao with impunity.  At some point, if China wishes to prove its sovereignty, this has to stop.  China is being patient, waiting for the US to wake up, and appoint a new Secretary of Defense whose term would encompass the entire sequence of events emanating from Diaoyudao.  The Anglophile contingent is departing from the center of power in Washington DC.  Japan is worried that it can no longer control US policy on China thru its British connections.  Therefore, Japan is taking a very hard line, hoping for a skirmish to take place now.


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