Understanding the South China Sea Dispute

Japan used force on Diaoyu islands just like Comfort Women

Published on Apr 8, 2016

Diaoyu islands has been belong to China from the beginning but it was taken by Japanese force and not given back to correct owner by the US government. Currently, Japan is ran by Shinzo Abe who is grand son of Class A war criminal under Hideki Tojo who bombed Pearl Harbor and responsible for policy of torture & killing POW. China must try to convince the US public by spending money on the ads for teaching history of Diaoyu islands to win the heart of American public to get the Diaoyu islands back from Japan. Sending Chinese fighters and warships are counter productive and it forces the US government to take side on weaker side against aggressor which look like China is the aggressor. Only thing that is going to change the US policy is American public and not the advanced fighters or warships. Once Japan loses the US support for legitimate reason, they will be pressured to return the Diaoyu islands to China without a fight. Since Japanese are already in control of the islands and China will likely have to use the force to get the islands back from Japan, it must first separate the US support for Japan on Diaoyu islands to have any chance of taking it back by force. Use carrot approach to the US and stick approach to Japan. The world knows about terrible things done by Japanese and they still refuse to admit war crimes committed by Japanese. China tried to bring Japan to an international court over Diaoyu islands but they refuse to come to a court because they have the possession of it. They know that after 100 years, it automatically becomes their islands and dissolves Chinese historical claims after 100 years thus China use of force becomes justified but the US can’t be supporting Japan for Diaoyu islands. China also have to try to get the support from other countries like Taiwan, Hong Kong (China), Singapore (70% Chinese), Malaysia (30% Chinese), Indonesia (large Chinese minority), South Korea (Japan dispute over original Korean island), Russia (Japan asking for pre WW2 territory from Russia after they started WW2 over Kuril islands) and the US (over 3 million Chinese). Hardest part for changing the US policy over Diaoyu islands will be South China Sea dispute with Philippines and Vietnam. China will have to make some kind of compromise deals to share territories or give financial incentives to finalize decision or this territorial disputes will never end and justifies the US support to stop Chinese aggression in all fronts for rightful or not. Also avoid buying the Japanese products from China and South Korea (2 largest profitable trading partners for Japan effecting trade balance surplus of 4.5% of their GDP) is pressuring Japan with their economy.


President PUTIN and his calculations in the ‘SOUTH CHINA SEA’

Published on Apr 21, 2017

President PUTIN and his calculations in the ‘SOUTH CHINA SEA’

Russia’s policies regarding the South China Sea issue are far more complex than those seen by the public over time.

The article by the Security Research Center at the Zurich-based Institute of Technology (ISN Security Watch), published on Oil Price, gives a perspective on Russia’s position in general and calculations by Putin. Particularly in prominent issues in the South China Sea. This is the Moscow area generally restricting its own views.

According to the ISN, Russia’s policies regarding the South China Sea dispute are far more complex than those seen by the public over time. Moscow’s official position has so far indicated that Russia is a superpower outside the region and that there is no direct conflict of interest in the South China Sea.

However, behind this official statement, is Russia’s military buildup in Asia-Pacific and its multi-billion dollar arms and energy sales agreements with its partners. in the area.


Putin on South China Sea issue

Published on Sep 5, 2016

Sept-5-2016 Vladimir Putin held a press conference during the G20 Summit in China.
source: www.rt.com


Breaking News – Mysterious Structures Spotted on Taiping Island, South China Sea

Published on Sep 22, 2016

Breaking News – Mysterious Structures Spotted on Taiping Island, South China Sea

Google satellite image spotted four mysterious shrine structure on Itu Aba Island. Military experts have speculated that the constructions are most likely defensive in nature, saying Taipei is likely to be working on building its intelligence and surveillance capabilities.

A spokesman for Taiwan Defence Ministry confirmed they have requested Google to blur images of important military facilities, under the precondition of protecting military secrets and security.

The island is administered by the Taiwanese government. Taiping Island, also known as Itu Aba Island and by various other names, is the largest of the naturally occurring Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. The island is elliptical in shape being 1.4 kilometres (0.87 mi) in length and 0.4 kilometres (0.25 mi) in width, with an area of 46 hectares (110 acres). The runway of the Taiping Island Airport is easily the most prominent feature on the island, running its entire length.


South China Sea – U.S To Create The Biggest Modern Military Fleet Ever Amid China Rising Power

Published on Jun 17, 2016

South China Sea – U.S To Create The Biggest Modern Military Fleet Ever Amid China Rising Power

United States announced plan to combine power of its 7th fleet and the 3rd fleet to counter the rising threat in the South China Sea. The total combined power of the 140,000 sailors, 200 ships and more than 1,200 aircrafts will create one of the biggest U.S. Navy force in the world.

The 7th Fleet consists of an aircraft carrier strike group five USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76), 80 other vessels and 300 aircraft. The 3rd Fleet has more than 100 vessels, including four aircraft carriers: Carrier Strike Group Eleven USS Nimitz (CVN-68), Carrier Strike Group One USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), Carrier Strike Group Nine USS George Washington (CVN-73) and the Carrier Strike Group Three USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74).

The U.S. Navy’s 3rd Fleet vessels will be operating in the western Pacific, which is traditionally the 7th Fleet’s area. The 3rd Fleet’s Pacific Surface Action Group, which includes the guided-missile destroyers USS Spruance, USS Decatur and USS Momsen are deployed to East Asia. The ships will conduct a broad range of operations in the 7th Fleet’s area, while remaining under the operational control of 3rd Fleet commander Vice Adm. Nora Tyson.

The Pentagon’s ultimate aim is an increased presence and capacity to respond in the Western Pacific at a time of growing concern over Chinese maritime developments and North Korean provocation. A key part of the presence is to reassure allies in the region, particularly treaty allies South Korea, Japan and the Philippines.


Military officials: White House didn’t want public dispute on “China”

Published on Apr 8, 2016

Senior military commanders are being dissuaded from publicly discussing Chinese actions in the South China Sea
The White House was particularly concerned that there be no public disagreements ahead of the Nuclear Security Summit Senior military commanders are being dissuaded from publicly discussing Chinese actions in the South China Sea, multiple defense officials told CNN Friday.

The White House has sought to cut down on any airing of differences between the Defense Department and the National Security Council on the sensitive issue, the defense officials said, though they noted that there was no official “gag order.”

The White House was particularly concerned that there be no public disagreements between the bodies in the run-up to a visit to Washington by Chinese President Xi Jinping last week as part of President Barack Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit.


US Deploys 30000 Marines and 4 Strategic Weapons to Counter China

Published on Apr 6, 2016

China’s assertive posture in the South China Sea has prompted the United States Marine Corps to deploy as many as 30,000 marines to Hawaii and beyond, reports Want China Times. The U.S. Marine Corps specializes in expeditionary warfare. Defense experts said the move is aimed at dramatically reducing America’s response time in the Asia Pacific.


US Moves 30,000 Marines to Counter China, Sending 4 Strategic Weapons to Region

Published on Oct 1, 2015

The relocation of marines is a key part of President Barack Obama’s Asia Rebalancing strategy. China is building a third airstrip in the disputed South China Sea, which is long enough to accommodate most Chinese military aircraft. Beijing’s land reclamation activities are the primary reason for the relocation of U.S. marines. North Korea’s nuclear program is the another reason.

According to South Korea’s Munhwa Ilbo, Washington will place its four strategic weapons in either South Korea or at the Guam naval base within a month. These four weapons are nuclear submarines, B-2 stealth bombers, nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and F-22 stealth fighters. Two F-22 fighters and the USS Ronald Reagan are set to visit South Korea in October.

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