China Uses Geology to Challenge Japan at UN on Disputed Islands
After making its first aerial incursion into Japanese-controlled airspace near disputed islands, China compounded tensions with Japan by bolstering its territorial claims at the United Nations.
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Since: Mar 07
#1 Dec 19, 2012
Funny how it did not include geology in its arguments to retain Tibet and take over Taiwan.
The decision to cede the islands to Japan was a cold war decision as a result of the USA conquering the place during the 2nd world war. That was a feature of politics alone.
Taiwan has a better case for retention than China if pre WW2 ownership is contested.
That is a political argument rather than a geological one, and as a result geology is not required in the argument.
Have a nice day: Ag
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