BEIJING: Execution won't hurt long-te...

BEIJING: Execution won't hurt long-term Sino-UK ties

There are 1 comment on the Asia News Network story from Dec 31, 2009, titled BEIJING: Execution won't hurt long-term Sino-UK ties. In it, Asia News Network reports that:

The recent dispute between China and the United Kingdom over the execution of a British drug trafficker may bruise diplomatic ties for a while, but is unlikely to bring major damage to the bilateral relations, said China experts.

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Rico Suave

New York, NY

#1 Jan 1, 2010
What Sino-UK ties? China makes pacts with the devil? We know that UK is awash with fresh Golden Crescent heroin from its adventurism in Afghanistan.
They are now seeking to flood China with the stuff reminiscent of the bad old days preceding the Opium Wars. This execution was just the opening salvo. Many more heads will roll.

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