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phi Post time: 2015-7-29 18:09
Why? This guy has been interfering in Chinese internal affair of Uiyghur. Maybe, China should return ...
President Erdogan is a guest of China, and he has his side of the story to tell. No doubt, he has heard of your side of the story, so China would be keen on listening to his explanations. What everyone knows is that ISIS could not have arisen from nowhere without support from a major power or powers. The Syrian rebel forces too could not explain their existence apart from foreign support. The model of conflict embodied by ISIS is worth studying, because opposing forces are all partly supported, and partly directed by a third party, which is likely to be a major world or regional power.
Let us say A wants B and C to cripple, if not annihilate each other, or maybe, even including D and E as well.
A then supports a faction of B to go against C, and supports a faction of C to go against B and D, while also supporting a faction of C to go against A and B, and also supporting a faction of D to go against A and C.
Now, trying to figure out WHICH of B, C, D or E, that A wants to destroy may seem an impossible task, but things need not be that complicated, because it is quite clear that A wants to destroy all of them, which is why it is supporting a militant faction in each of these parties to demand all-out-war against any combination of the other remaining parties.
China will therefore try to elucidate the situation and understand it as well, using this high level visit as a conduit and catalyst for a wider, regional understanding, not of their individual problems, but of their collective quandary.