The relation between China and the neighboring country

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  1. Lnk111229
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    I agree with what you wrote. SCS situations right now is perfect balanced for all side except US. In Vietnam all the news about SCS islands is keeping the ancestors islands ( basically mean all of islands of SCS belongs to Vietnam). But who knows the truth is yeah Vietnam is actually lost some islands to Philippines, China etc but still keeping some islands. This mean you take what you can, base on how powerful are you. I don't think Vietnam can reclaim more islands if don't want to piss all other side. And the Communist Party of Vietnam clearly know this. If US want to fight with China to take China control islands then go ahead, do it yourself Vietnam will gladly watch this fight from far away with some deeply concerned.
     
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    Yes, agreed. Everyone in the region basically have some sort of claim through history, etc. But the claims are not enough to go to war for, which is why everyone just want to keep to the status quo!

    But unfortunately, by keeping to the status quo does not suit certain countries outside the region. Which is why they are doing their upmost to stir it up!

    Take the recently announced brotherly love towards Vietnam from OZ is a case in point. It was reported that the OZ prime minister support Vietnam's claim to the south China sea. The report was quite openly aim at China. Fair enough.

    But here's the thing. Inconveniently, Vietnam also have overlapping claim with Phillipines, Malaysia, and others. And it wasn't that long ago, OZ pronouce their support in Philipines claim. (again with China in mind)!

    BUT, its impossible to support Vietnam's claim without compromiseing Phillipines and visa versa. But by supporting both just shows you that countries outside the regions are hypocritical!
     
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    Isn't this typical propaganda with witch hunt and a tinge of racism thrown in for good measures from an Australian MSM?!

    "The Chisholm MP also would not say China’s actions in the South China Sea are unlawful, despite an international tribunal finding otherwise."

    In what authority does this "international tribunal" have to make China's claim unlawful?! Of course, nothing was said about the court named after the country's favorite animal...... The Kangaroo court

    In 2016, an international tribunal sitting in the Hague found there was no legal basis for China to claim exclusive economic rights to the South China Sea and resources in the area, a ruling that Beijing reacted angrily to and has refused to abide by.

    "refused to be abide by" no explanation as to why China, or indeed any country can and does reject "court rulings" from a Kangaroo court"

    "Beijing reacted angrily"! Wow the Australian MSM can read emotions from a country's reaction to the international Kangaroo court!

    Here's the rest of that article! It is little wonder why and how Australian's outlook on China is so poor, with MSM constantly portraiting China and anyone supporting China as the bogey man!

    https://www.theguardian.com/austral...ay-chinas-actions-in-south-china-sea-unlawful
     
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    The "international tribunal" in Hague is indeed a kangaroo court. It's a private court that picked its own anti-China judges. It does not have any enforcement mechanism either.

    https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/In...ores-big-win-with-Solomons-switch-from-Taiwan
     
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    It's laughable reading articles that charge China is bribing countries that did recognize Taiwan over China to change. The only reason why these countries recognized Taiwan in the first place was because Taiwan paid them to. They're all smaller countries because that's what Taiwan could only afford. Now they can't compete with China. All they had to do was pay them more. But then maybe Taiwan doesn't have the money.
     
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    made me curious how far it's from Thailand to China; 100 miles or so:
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    now I read
    Taiwan is to blame for Kiribati’s decision
    Source:Global Times Published: 2019/9/20 18:42:31 Last Updated: 2019/9/20 21:25:52
    http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1165045.shtml

     
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    Exactly, Taiwan pays them. I've even seen a poster on a building site in one of these poorer nations stating built with aids from Taiwan!

    Of course, now they are switching, the MSM have charged China with "Cheque book diplomacy" ! Lol

    Actually, China doesn't have to do anything. As kissenger said, "they are no friends in international relations, just self interest! "

    And it is and will be all nations self interest to have diplomatic relationship with the largest economy (PPP) of the world! Even the Vatican is caughting to China
     
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