China says U.S. must stop Taiwan arms...

China says U.S. must stop Taiwan arms sales

There are 3 comments on the WNFL-AM Green Bay story from Mar 6, 2011, titled China says U.S. must stop Taiwan arms sales. In it, WNFL-AM Green Bay reports that:

The United States will put improved relations with Beijing at risk if it does not stop selling arms to Taiwan, China's Foreign Minister said on Monday.

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Zhong Hua

Surabaya, Indonesia

#1 Mar 7, 2011
Selling arms to Taiwan is a blatant breach of the International Law. It can be regarded as a subversive activity. The US knows and acknowledges Taiwan as a sovereign territory of China. This is an arrogant act of the US. How if China sell arms to one of the states of the US without the consent of the government in Washington ?
bill

Christchurch, New Zealand

#2 Mar 7, 2011
what international law is the US breaking? Taiwan is a sovereign country, and the US recognises this, and has sworn to protect it.
The US has never recognised china,s claim over Taiwan.
Now, you would be right about the US breaking international rules if it , or any other country sold weapons to commie china, This law was passed when the commie,s slaughtered over 3000 of their own people at T square, remember?
What sort of weapons you gonna sell to the americans? poison rice?
GI JOE

New York, NY

#3 Mar 7, 2011
China should sell arms to Cuba, Iran, Afghanistan and the Middle East countries. There's huge money involved. As far as ethics? It never seemed to bother the US.

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