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Post time 2017-2-4 08:31:33 |Display all floors
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis reportedly said on Friday that President Donald Trump's administration, like predecessor Barack Obama's, puts China's Diaoyu Islands under the United States security umbrella offered to Japan.
He made the remark during his first trip abroad after taking office in January, according to Japan's state broadcaster NHK. Mattis visited South Korea before arriving in Tokyo ...

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Post time 2017-2-4 08:31:34 |Display all floors
Is Japan so desperately wanted secuirty umbrella by US govt over 2 islands where the economic benefits reaped from making ties with China would have better its people life and enabling both China and Japan to rule APAC.
Japan should start thinking about standing on its own ground and oppose from kneeling before American feet and start polishing its boots. Afterall, Asian territory should hand it to Asians people that matters, and that was what our ancestors created this beautiful place for all of us to unify and prosper.

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Post time 2017-2-5 21:33:55 |Display all floors
Japanese government has exhibited naivety from behind the screen of US. This demonstrates the real weakness and incompetency of Japanese government after surrender when it lost World War II. Japan is fishing out whatever strain of living saving straw to instigate fear within Japan to meet their own eternity brought forward by a few years. Only irresponsible and immature creatures less than human being in nature perform it.

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