December 6, 2013

Why Israel Is Not a Model for China

Mu Chunshan, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

The verbal battle over the East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone is getting more intense, and the discussions on Weibo and other Chinese media are becoming more open and bold. Well-known military commentator Dai Xu recently made a statement on his Weibo microblog “Japan is a man-eating wolfdog …. China should learn from Israel and set a limit on the Japanese armed forces, so that the latter does not go beyond the range of self-defense.”

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