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​China's new march

December 06, 2013 11:30

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Peter Knopfler 15.12.2013 23:39

Communist China´s Soft economic power has everyone on the Brain Train, YES notice few very few use THE PEOPLE´s Republic of China or COMMUNIST CHINA. Dropping that prefix, makes You feel OK about Communist China, You see few thought that Capitalism can do without democracry; WELL COMMUNIST CHINA CAPITALISM. Democracy is not important to labor cost, APPLE suicides in Communist China are DAILY. CORPORATE GREED is GLOBAL kills GLOBALLY. REMEMBER it is Communist CHINA ALWAYS.


Rafasa Arandas 15.12.2013 08:38

Russia is just a Chinese puppet these days, how sad. They must be so proud.


Regula 07.12.2013 10:33

The Chinese already suggested that the countries bordering or having an interest in the sea around the Senkaku's should exploit the oil and gas underneath the seabed together. So yes, there is room to negotiate and the new ADIZ declared by China is really a means to initiate such negotiation including the fact that China has to protect its borders from US encirclement. The US is not peaceful in its intentions - 60% of its naval gear to be stationed there isn't a sign of peacefulness! The ADIZ is really a way to make clear China's boundaries, both geographically and politically.


Chloe Lin 07.12.2013 00:35

Martin McCauley's analysis is so one side that it doesn't sound analysis at all.

So disappointing.

If he still teach?

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