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US should fight IS, not stir up maritime disputes [Copy link] 中文

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A Chinese Coast Guard vessel (R) passes near the Chinese oil rig, Haiyang Shi You 981 (L) in the South China Sea. [Photo/Agencies]
This year's Shangri-La Dialogue, held in Singapore over the weekend, was overshadowed by disputes in and differences over the South China Sea. Such a deviation from major security issues cannot possibly make the region's countries work together to tackle security threa ...

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US wants to remain Superpower forever. Now, they want to stop China by getting East Asia in trouble. China will fall awhile. Other East Asians will fall the worst and longest. If US gets involved will fall the least.

US has changed from friend and hero in last century to become foe and villain in this century in Asia Pacific.

Climate change, food shortages and separatism extremism terrorism will be ever growing threat to the World especially later this century

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American only knows best to fight against a unique ethnic group.
ISIS is make up ethnic group dispersed from many factions so they do not know their target group best.
Dealing with China is merely dealing with Chinese.

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