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yasawakic Post time: 2018-1-15 00:49
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Putin's a killer. This was the claim made by Fox News journalist; Bill O'Reilly during his recent interview with Donald Trump. Trump's reply came in the form of a simple question. What, you think our country's so innocent?

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Ted180 Post time: 2018-1-16 09:15
When I think of how much Chinese people have suffered over the past 200 years from so many foreign a ...

The USA has been at war in the Middle East and Central Asia for the past 15 years. China is preparing for war in order to maintain the peace in East Asia.

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Post time 2018-1-19 16:49:25 |Display all floors
Any state should be ready to respond to the threats.

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China has ramped up security along its border with North Korea, installing new surveillance cameras, deploying extra security forces and operating radiation detectors as it braces for a potential crisis.

Bellicose rhetoric between Washington and Pyongyang has raised fears in China of a conflict that could send millions of North Korean refugees across the 1,420-kilometre (880-mile) border, and of nuclear fallout that could hit Chinese towns.

While authorities have been coy about preparations, residents have seen an increase in patrols along the frontier.

Radiation monitors are running in border towns, and locals say interactions with North Koreans have been discouraged.

A red banner tacked to a border fence in Dandong -- a major trading hub separated from North Korea by the Yalu River -- has a Cold War-like message to residents:

"Citizens or organisations who see spying activities must immediately report them to national security organs."

Outside Dandong, new checkpoints dot the road running along the Yalu River. Locals say they were installed in October.

"Before, the North Koreans came to our side to fish. Now they don't dare," said Zhang Fuquan at his fish farm on the Chinese side of the Yalu River.

"The army patrols and watches."

On the opposite bank, North Korean soldiers peered out from turquoise watchtowers and at least one warplane surveilled the territory from above.

Experts said the aircraft, spotted by an AFP reporter, was a Stalin-era Ilyushin Il-28 light bomber or a Chinese copy.

"The North Koreans very likely are flying a patrol along the Yalu," said Rick Fisher, a fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center, a US-based think-tank.

"They want to see what they can on the Chinese side" and deliberately "raise Beijing's alarm."

Relations between China and North Korea have deteriorated as Beijing has backed a series of UN sanctions to punish its secretive ally over its repeated missile and nuclear tests.

In a previously unthinkable meeting, top US diplomats and military officials told their Chinese counterparts last year about US plans to send troops to North Korea and secure its nuclear weapons in case the regime fell.

"The China-North Korea relationship has some problems at present," said Yang Xiyu, a former Chinese negotiator on Pyongyang's nuclear issue.

"It has brought about the current difficult situation in the relationship."

'Tightly controlled'

At the massive Sup'ung hydroelectric dam, which provides power to both China and North Korea, surveillance cameras monitor the Yalu River

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Post time 2018-1-20 05:22:24 |Display all floors
An air defense regiment in Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East has upgraded its arsenal with advanced S-400 system batteries. This comes amid the ongoing crisis involving North Korea, which borders Russia and is 130km from the city.

If you want peace, prepare for war.

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Post time 2018-1-20 11:09:39 |Display all floors
Well China sabotaged the BRICS rating agency and also purposefully backed down on stock exchange circuit breaker idea so everyone that China was a nation of idiots that didn't know what they were doing and are no threat to anyone. Smooth sailing for USA ever wince. China isn't going to cause USA any problems. Even simple fools can see that. And no we don't want more of the pretend China vs USA nonsense over South Pacific for goodness sake. Just shut up.

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Post time 2018-1-21 02:02:41 |Display all floors
China cannot afford a military failure,


China is in no danger of such failure, or even a conflict that could result in such failure, inside its internationally recognized borders, only outside it. In Korean peninsula and South China Sea.

Considering the Chinese population and its development status, personally I consider it unnecessary to risk adventuring in forementioned contested regions.

Growth of Chinese civilization should come from within China, seeking it elsewhere will only diminish it.

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