Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Jun 2015 09:37

En algun momento China va a servir como un punto de union de los paises afectados por sus amenazas...

Ahora estan construyendo en islas filipinas sin pensarselo! Que sera lo siguiente?

Aquino's hopes for Japan go beyond economic cooperation.

"Japan has to take an active role in ensuring stability in the rest of the world," he said.

The Philippines welcomes the Japanese government's attempt to expand the Self-Defense Forces' responsibilities with new legislation "in the sense that they will be more active partners" in international peacekeeping, the president said. Addressing a joint session of the Japanese parliament Tuesday, he declared that postwar "Japan's commitment to peace has been beyond question."

The Philippines is embroiled in a dispute with China in the South China Sea, where Chinese crews are building islands at a rapid clip, creating footholds in waters Manila claims fall within its exclusive economic zone. The U.S. and Japan have voiced concerns about this activity.

We "are really bothered by this unilateral action that seems not to do anybody any good," Aquino said in the interview.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 07 Jun 2015 12:28

Hoy en día no hay guerras entre socios comerciales, el capitalismo manda
Solo hay guerras (se crean/inventan de hecho) para hacer negocio en mercado cerrado a tus intereses
Todos los paises asiáticos están condenados a entenderse, no es una Libia o Siria o Iraq o Ucrania y a USA no le interesa enfrentase a China

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Jun 2015 12:35

Yo no lo veo tan claro... China dice a Filipinas que las islas que tienen petroleo y estan al lado de Filipinas le pertenecen, si se acercan barcos Filipinos disparan y ahora simplemente deciden empezar a construir alli, hace poco decidieron poner una zona aerea restringida por alli mismo, simplemente van cogiendo poco a poco un poco mas... Condenados a entenderse? Bueno... Me gustaria a mi ver que pasa si los Filipinos van a sus islas y les dicen a los Chino que salgan de alli... Yo creo que mandaria la fuerza y abria muertes, a eso yo no lo llamo entenderse, con Taiwan, Vietnam, Japon incluso India tienen situaciones similares aunque no tan criticas, simpemente China esta en expansion colonial y por la fuerza, algo que no se deberia de permitir y precisamente los debiles no son los que tienen poder para evitarlo, es el resto del mundo que mira y no hace nada... Donde estan las sanciones economicas a China?
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Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 07 Jun 2015 13:18

Pues eso, no hay sanciones porque USA no quiere enfrentarse a un socio comercial. Ahí esta la hipocresía de la política exterior americana

En cualquier caso el otro día vi al embajador Chino en la BBC y parece que esas aguas tienen muchas disputas con varios países. El lo que argumenta es que tiene que ejercerse un reparto de superficie proporcional a la población de los paises y que además las llevan reclamando antes que los otros países

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Jun 2015 14:10

Solo con pegar un vistazo al mapa y ver las distancias, se ve claro... Pero bueno, como a USA no le interesa meterse en jaleos y Filipinas no tiene nada que hacer, sera lo que China quiera, asi de simple, despues veremos que pasa con Japon o con Vietnam que tienen peores pulgas..
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 07 Jun 2015 14:14

Yo realmente creo que el interes que hay es por el petroleo y como el petroleo ya no va a volver a ser lo que era, la disputa va a perder importancia... Veremos lo que ocurre con los muchos otros paises que tienen disputas territoriales con China, sin lugar a dudas lo mas inteligente es que se asocien todos y creen un ejercito comun.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 02 Jul 2015 04:42

China said on Tuesday some of its land reclamation in the Spratlys, where it's building seven islands on top of coral reefs, had been completed, although it gave few details.

The latest photographs were taken by satellite imagery firm DigitalGlobe and published by the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative (AMTI) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. (http://amti.csis.org/)

AMTI said the airstrip was being paved and marked, while an apron and taxiway had been added adjacent to the runway.

Two helipads, up to 10 satellite communications antennas and one possible radar tower were visible on Fiery Cross Reef, it said. The images also showed a Chinese naval vessel moored in a port.

Recent images of Chinese-occupied South Johnson Reef also showed a large multi-level military facility in the center of the reef with two possible radar towers under construction, AMTI added. Two helipads and up to three satellite communications antennas were also visible, it said.

China claims most of the South China Sea, through which $5 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan also have overlapping claims.

China stepped up its creation of artificial islands last year, alarming several countries in Asia and drawing criticism from Washington. Beijing says the outposts will have undefined military purposes.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 19 Feb 2016 10:50

China accused of deploying missiles over contested island
China has been accused of deploying an advanced surface-to-air missile system to the hotly contested Woody Island in the South China Sea. The allegation is supported by US and Taiwanese officials.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 15 May 2016 07:28

BEIJING (Reuters) - China condemned the U.S. Defense Department's annual report on the Chinese military on Sunday, calling it deliberate distortion that has "severely damaged" mutual trust.

In its annual report to Congress on Chinese military activities, the U.S. Defense Department said on Friday that China is expected to add substantial military infrastructure, including communications and surveillance systems, to artificial islands in the South China Sea this year.

China's Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun expressed "strong dissatisfaction" and "firm opposition" to the Pentagon report and said it has "severely damaged mutual trust", state news agency Xinhua reported.

The report "hyped up" China's military threat and lack of transparency, "deliberately distorted" Chinese defense policies and "unfairly" depicted Chinese activities in the East and South China seas, Yang was quoted as saying.
"China follows a national defense policy that is defensive in nature," Yang said, adding that the country's military build-up and reforms are aimed at maintaining sovereignty, security and territorial integrity and guaranteeing China's peaceful development.

It is the United States that has always been suspicious and flexing its military muscle by frequently sending military aircraft and warships to the region, Yang said.

Despite its calls for freedom of navigation and restraint for peace, the U.S. has pushed forward militarization of the South China Sea with an "intention to exert hegemony", Yang added.

The Pentagon report said the planned addition of military infrastructure would give China long-term "civil-military bases" in the contested waters.

It estimated that China's reclamation work had added more than 3,200 acres (1,300 hectares) of land on seven features it occupied in the Spratly Islands in the space of two years.

The report said China had completed its major reclamation efforts in October, switching focus to infrastructure development, including three 9,800 foot-long (3,000 meter) airstrips that can accommodate advanced fighter jets.

Yang, the spokesman, defended the construction, saying it serves mostly civilian purposes and helps fulfill China's international responsibilities and obligations by providing more public goods.

The Pentagon report comes at a time of heightened tension over maritime territories claimed by China and disputed by several Asian nations. Washington has accused Beijing of militarizing the South China Sea while Beijing, in turn, has criticized increased U.S. naval patrols and exercises in Asia.

The U.S report renewed accusations against China's government and military for cyber attacks against U.S. government computer systems, a charge Beijing denies. The Pentagon said attacks in 2015 appeared focused on intelligence collection.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 15 Jul 2016 14:44

Y que mas da... Silos chinos se pasan las leyes internacionales por el forro, ellos tienen un ejercito importante y les gusta hacer las cosas por la fuerza!!!

Tribunal Rejects Beijing’s Claims in South China Sea

An international tribunal in The Hague delivered a sweeping rebuke on Tuesday of China’s behavior in the South China Sea, including its construction of artificial islands, and found that its expansive claim to sovereignty over the waters had no legal basis.

The landmark case, brought by the Philippines, was seen as an important crossroads in China’s rise as a global power and in its rivalry with the United States, and it could force Beijing to reconsider its assertive tactics in the region or risk being labeled an international outlaw. It was the first time the Chinese government had been summoned before the international justice system.


China tells Japan to stop interfering in South China Sea

ULAANBAATAR Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday that his country should stop interfering and hyping up the South China Sea issue, as the dispute took centre stage at a key regional summit in Mongolia.


China accuses US of hypocrisy for not ratifying international sea law

The United States is telling a defiant China that it must follow an international court ruling that rebuked its illegal actions in the South China Sea.

The Obama administration does so knowing the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague can’t hold Washington to the same standards.


Navy chief to visit China

Adm. John Richardson, chief of naval operations, will visit China next week to discuss South China Sea security issues, the Navy announced .
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