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Japan shows its colors with different standards on freedom of navigation [Copy link] 中文

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A crew member takes part in a fire drill on China's largest and most advanced patrol vessel Haixun 01 on the South China Sea, April 4, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua]
Japan asks China to respect "freedom of navigation" when it talks about the South China Sea. But that freedom does not apply to other waters.
When China's naval ships passed by waters close to Japan (one frigate off China's Diaoyu Islands on Ju ...

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Post time 2016-6-20 12:59:11 |Display all floors
It's a bullying tactics aimed at the Chinese.
Is that how Japan and USA use double/triple standard policy to apply against the Chinese ?
The Chinese navy vessel presence will certainly not raise tension but ensure US allies from donning more issues to embarrass the Chinese.
If they stalk the Chinese in the water, it is good the Chinese should do likewise.

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Post time 2016-6-20 15:15:23 |Display all floors
Don't you mean China shows its colours? Every other nation, including J, abides by UN laws and treaties. Only China makes up her own rules.

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Post time 2016-6-20 17:45:07 |Display all floors
Yes, Japan shows its true colours with different standards on 'freedom of navigation'. This statement is backed up by FACTS.

Japan's showed its DOUBLE STANDARDS behaviour when Chinese naval vessels sailed through the Tokara Strait, which is international waters, by lodging a protest against China. Japan has always talked about 'freedom of navigation' in relation to foreign vessels sailing through waters near Chinese territory.

Japan did NOT lodge any protest when Russian military ships sailed through the same international waters at about the same time as the Chinese naval vessels.

Is that not a classic example of DOUBLE STANDARDS?

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