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China and Japan...even Kissinger takes notice

by Willy / February 2, 2014 1:34 PM PST

Now and then I posted of concerns of the provocativeness of China bravo in that Asian region. More and more rhetoric is bound to get beyond mere words. This is something I posted not too long ago and recall much earlier in the past. It's like watching the kettle boil, bit by bit the steam is bound to blowout. I hope it doesn't come to that but other signs that happened in the past as allowing China to place its footprint all over the region as it asserts itself. Recalling past news articles of the region and China is not going to allow itself to be a partner in the region but rather the deciding factor on many issues. If Henry Kissinger is wormed or concerned then that makes all the more sense the US is bound to choose sides if not of its own making by be involved by commitments in the region it has to honor.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-02-02/kissinger-says-asia-is-like-19th-century-europe-on-use-of-force.html?cmpid=yhoo

-----Willy Happy

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