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Editor's note: China Daily invites three leading scholars to share their opinions and concerns about China potentially playing a role in the fight against the Islamic State.

Iraq situation demands China to engage

By Jin Baisong

The United States invaded Iraq in 2003 and toppled the Saddam Hussein government without authorization of the United Nations. The situation in the Middle East has now ta ...

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Post time 2014-9-23 10:59:22 |Display all floors
US wants China to fall into the same bottomless pit that will drag China economy into the same black hole. The war was started by US without UN consensus. This time, US wants China to do the same thing. It is not only unacceptable but far more dangerous. US wants China to sink in till China economy falls apart so that US could control China and tame the rest of the world. This debased dirty old trick is just too simple to be seen! China must make friends with IS through other venues and help IS create to bring peace and progress to achieve prosperity for themselves. Once that happens, IS will stop all wars! US is the sole source of war as it does not want other nation to have peace!

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Post time 2014-9-23 11:49:15 |Display all floors
MYOB, China!!! It's none of your business!!!

The fact is who created the troubles in the Muddle East and Central Asia over decades; who MUST bear those bad consequences!!!!

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Post time 2014-9-23 13:12:08 |Display all floors
My posting below Jin's posting did not appear:

>China's top legislature, should issue legislation granting the government powers to defend the country's interests overseas.<

The government does not need more powers to defend the country's interest overseas - it already has that power. More important, joining the imperialists in bombing and killing Middle Easterners, irrespective of their religious affiliations, in NOT in China's interests. China should engage in making peace, but not be led by Western propaganda and become cannon fodder for the West. That the above article is written by a "deputy director of the Department of Chinese Trade Studies at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation" shows the level of infiltration the West already has in China's major institutions.

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Post time 2014-9-23 13:15:46 |Display all floors
China must first know WHO created the IS, and which country is using the IS as an excuse to re-enter Iraq in a big way. Else China would be laughed at by history as an old civilization with brain-dead leaders.

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China would be wise not to get in the business of killing for oil. It's not working so well for the U.S.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2014-9-23 13:44:20 |Display all floors
Sensible article by Han Dongping. It's important to know that IS was created, armed, and financed by the US and its client states in the Middle East. Did the IS turn against its patron, the US, just like, supposedly, the US-created Taliban turned against its creator in Afghanistan? Or, in the opinion of those who know, these organizations are actually STILL serving US foreign policy purposes? Is anyone suspicious at how easily US forces have returned to Iraq AFTER the Iraqi government refused to give the US military immunity against crimes committed in Iraq? Will China be seen by future historians as an unmitigated international fool by meddling in Iraq? Lets wait and see.

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