September 16, 2012

Time for China to Get Tough with Japan

Chu Zhaogen, China Daily

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China should forget about forging Sino-Japanese economic integration and fight against Japan's resurging militarism.

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TAGGED: Asia, Senkakus, Senkaku islands, Diaoyutais, Japan, China

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