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Post time 2016-2-16 22:42:13 |Display all floors
US President Barack Obama makes opening remarks at a gathering with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states leaders at Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage, California February 15, 2016.[Photo/Agencies]


Chinese observers have estimated that US President Barack Obama's administration is likely to stay tough on the South China Sea issue and pose more challenges to China's lawful ma ...

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Post time 2016-2-16 22:42:14 |Display all floors
US under Barack Obama has harmed the world more than it did in the past. For US, it is its duty and responsibility to let no nation have peace and stability, no matter how hard it works. This is the PAIN PLAIN TRUTH UNDER THE SKY. Like it or not, you have to face it!

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Post time 2016-2-17 05:02:25 |Display all floors
No fear China.  You have historical claim to the South China Seas.  Others are just wanting to steal it.

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Post time 2016-2-17 08:38:26 |Display all floors
Obama administration, despite its duty expires in Nov 16 before a new president takes over, is still too eagerly to prove to the world US power within East Asia has not dwindled. Lots of hard work driven by the administration to steer the group of 10 to take sides especially where economically these 10 nations benefited from trading with China and most importantly the 'one belt one road' program will be part of the development within these continents that would create many jobs, trade, exchanges and leading to decline in poverty.
What economic program could the US govt administer herein that would ensure these East Asian nations benefited except trading in arms and weapons of mass destruction to destroy the effort developed historically and culturally for many decades by East Asian ancestors.
China should continue to embrace trading development and peaceful rise with these East Asian nations, albeit the US continued effort to contain them.
In long run, economic benefits shall greatly outweighs the 'sweet talks' and 'empty promises' that US government always drive to steer mostly for it own benefits.
The US govt simply could not see itself being marginalised by the Chinese, and rather working in tandem for sharing of the pie, they insist the pie should never  and will never be shared between US and China.
As US deficit is ballooning and they are still struggling with its own domestic issues, funding would be effectively an eye browser for them to manage. In the end, the fittest shall survive.

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