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Is China's new airzone top of Biden's agenda? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-12-4 10:39:08 |Display all floors
US Vice President Biden will pay an official visit to China from Dec 4-5 during which China's new air defence identification zone, analysts say, will be at the top of agenda of his visit.
China says all aircraft must notify Chinese authorities before entering the zone, but the United States is not acknowledging the zone and flew two B-52 through unhindered Wednesday. While pledging Japan that he will raise the matter with China, how is Biden going to talk his way out of this for the US? The US has lost a moral high ground and would risk losing face before the world, since the island rightfully belongs to China.

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Post time 2013-12-4 10:46:44 |Display all floors
Biden's trip has already failed.

It is clear he cannot get Japan to agree to negotiate with China over Diaoyudao's sovereignty status.

Without this fundamental anchor to peace, nothing he does or China does can avert war, and a war like the Pacific has NEVER seen before.

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Post time 2013-12-4 11:28:03 |Display all floors
Biden is getting the Chamberlain treatment by the Japanese Nazi regime which is making demands on him every day, and insists it wants its Sudetenland carved out of China, and given to Japan.  

Abe was so rude as to announce four points of "agreement" that Biden supposedly agreed to, without Biden having the right not to say so.

The US is getting its first taste of dealing with the Japanese Empire.

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Post time 2013-12-4 11:35:59 |Display all floors
There will be no war, just rhetoric to achieve some face saving on each side.
I'm just here for the money

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