November 3, 2010

Japan Tested By China-Russia Tie Up

Ko Hirano, Japan Times

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As a fresh diplomatic tiff brews with Russia over President Dmitry Medvedev's visit to the disputed islands off Hokkaido, Beijing appears to continue playing hardball with Tokyo over the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea.

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TAGGED: Tokyo, Beijing, Russia, China, Senkaku islands, East China Sea, Dmitry Medvedev, President

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