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Tribunal in The Hague expanded jurisdiction beyond limits, lacks validity, Wang tells Kerry
Senior Chinese diplomats have recently sent strong signals to the United States to respect China's sovereignty and security interests as an arbitral tribunal's ruling on the South China Sea dispute draws near.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi told US Secretary of ...

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Post time 2016-7-10 10:55:29 |Display all floors
Fact No 1 :-
a. Asia growth in next century is important for US to not ignore. The US pivotal to APAC region makes it perfect for US to continue to muscle their presence and to act as region safeguarding angels.
Fact No 2 :-
b. China rise economically is sending shivering messaging tone to US that should Chinese not been contained at all costs, the domineering recognition shall be on Chinese platter and therefore US will stand no ground any longer in APAC region.
Fact No 3 :-
c. Knowing Chinese is currently biggest trading partners with South East Asia region, US is stirring up challenges that to make Asean Bloc partners to choose side and disintegrate Asean unity.

Summary :-
US should resolve their own home ground issues first. Rather than despatching aircraft carriers and warplane into Asian water, such move would not resolve the impending black-white racial shooting happening right in their doorstep. Rather spent the budget in the right place than to hone other people issues thousand miles away. If US govt could not resolve the internal racial hatred issues domestically, what makes them think such racial split could have infected the military personnel, both blacks and whites, and how would that affect the Americans willing to fight shoulder-to-shoulder with a united and strong PLA in their home turf.

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