U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebuff

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    Things are getting sticky for China.

    Chuck Hagel visited India and so did Kerry.

    Warming of relationship with Australia and Japan by India.

    And now all this.

    It does not herald a smooth sailing for China to ensure here hegemonic pursuits and Salami tactics in Asia.

    U.S. State Department stating that the United States was not responsible for fomenting instability in the South China Sea is not too far from the truth and indeed it's the aggressive acts the Chinese have taken that are doing so i.e. ushering in instability in Asia.
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    Imagine the temerity of China!

    They gobble up what they see and then the whimper in hurt 'indignation'.
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    The bogus claim of China to pursue her hegemonic ambition with the bogus Nine Dash Line stands exposed.

    Posing Dragon Crouching Rat is what the US is stating.
     
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    here is my issue with ppl with alot bias, they alway blame china, but they never look at vietnam/phillippine etc etc claim. the area vietnam claim is what 4 time the size of their country, so does phillippine, the only reason china is in the headlight is because its more powerful.
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    They claim 4 times size of their country? Could you indicate such claims.

    And China claims?

    Now, who does a smash and grab without even a by your leave?
     
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    from you previous post, look at the vietnam BLUE dash line, then calculate the area the sea vs vietnam mainland

    also might want to research a bit before claim china is the only one doing it. vietnam, phillippine all doing it before. china is late comer in the game, thats all.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippines_and_the_Spratly_Islands
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    No, the only reason China is the headlight is because she is the only one has the potential control this part of territory while all the others has no such capability to reject outsiders.
    So, as long as China is excluded from this territory, the part of sea could still under American's influence or even India's backyard in the future.
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    The Nine dash line is BOGUS and figment of Communist China's hegemonic desires to legitimate her hegemonic quest.
     
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    Re: U.S. to monitor South China Sea for de-escalation after China rebu

    The Nine dash line is BOGUS and figment of Communist China's hegemonic desires to legitimate her hegemonic quest.

    Therefore, it is non starter.
     

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