July 15, 2014

Asian Nations Fear War with China

David Stout, Time

The Associated Press

China’s neighbors fear the worst is yet to come.

Strong-arm tactics and tough talk coming from Beijing in the past year have succeeded in convincing neighboring countries that war may just be around the corner, according to a new poll released by the Pew Research Center.

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TAGGED: Asia, China, South China Sea, Vietnam, East China Sea


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