East China Sea: Powder Keg of the Next World War
Sep12

East China Sea: Powder Keg of the Next World War

Click here for updates Tuesday, September 18, 2012 – Chinese protests continue to grow as tensions over disputed islands in the East China Sea remain high. As the anti-Japan protests continue Chinese companies are making their allegiances clear as can be seen in the screenshot of Baidu (the Chinese Google) on the right. The situation remains tense even as the American Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta tours the region including...

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Japan Shouldn’t Have Said a Thing
Jul09

Japan Shouldn’t Have Said a Thing

Updates China has sent three Chinese Fishery patrol boats into the disputed area while both China and Japan were meeting in Cambodia to discuss the islands. China and Japan again rejected each others claims to the islands while trying to keep the rhetoric to an absolute minimum to avoid a confrontation or a breakdown in talks. Japan is still in the process of acquiring the leases to the islands. The leases expire this year and are...

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