US, Vietnam hold joint naval drills a...

US, Vietnam hold joint naval drills amid China tensions

There are 41 comments on the The Nation story from Apr 22, 2012, titled US, Vietnam hold joint naval drills amid China tensions. In it, The Nation reports that:

The United States and Vietnam began joint naval exercises Monday off the coastal town of Da Nang as a territorial dispute with China simmers.

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peter suzuky

Ilford, UK

#44 May 3, 2012
Vinamese wrote:
2 thang NGUY vo hoc an noi voi nhau. hahahaha

what would you do if hochiminh regime communist party split up,,.?

there will be three way splits,.

Commie in the South,, commie in the North,,,will split,,,

IN THE NORTH commie on the china side,,will asking for china to supporting them fighting with commie in the north vn,,

commie in the south will walk shoulder,,to,,,shoulder with America,,

if thing creating more pressure for them commie in the north,,.
then there will be no other way for them,,but the must join with the south commie,,.

in the End,,.all of them following to,,,,,,Mut Cat Da Trang,


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