- Abe has taken the military path to failure
- The Abe administration has breached the peace commitment Japan made to the world and deviated from its peaceful development road. History is witness that those intoxicated with power or military are doomed to failure.
- Changing name of Diaoyu Islands won't prevent Japan from declining
- The Diaoyu Islands are an integral part of Chinese territory. However, the Japanese fuss about them will be of no avail as China rises. While Japan appears to be waning in major-country competition, any move toward the Diaoyu Islands won't help prevent it from declining.
- Seoul should recognize it is in same boat as Beijing
- The ROK should reconsider its approach to its own security and instead of relying on the US, it should work to restore relations with China, as together they can work to ease the tensions that continue to dangerously escalate.
- Japan has to truly reflect upon invasive history: scholars
- "Japan has to truly reflect upon its invasive history, otherwise it won't be able to rebuild trust with its Asian neighbors," said Masahito Sato, founder of a civil group in Japan dedicated to studying the history of Japan's invasion of China's Hainan Island during World War II.
- Envoy urges US to talk with DPRK Ambassador
- China's envoy to Washington has urged the US to do more to resolve the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula, while stressing that the UN resolution on Pyongyang also calls for dialogue and peace talks.
- Aviation, space cooperation to benefit China and Russia
- Strengthened China and Russia cooperation in aviation and space technologies, including helicopters and rocket engines, will benefit both countries which have strong complementarities in these areas, experts said, while warning that it will take more mutual trust between the two governments to see full benefits.
- Ignoring China's security issue not in ROK's interest
- The ROK's decision to go ahead displays an open disregard for China's security concerns, for which it will logically receive reciprocal responses. What their country loses then will certainly not be just Chinese tourist spending.