US, China kick off annual dialogue wi...

US, China kick off annual dialogue with talks on cybersecurity

There are 8 comments on the The Washington Post story from Jul 8, 2013, titled US, China kick off annual dialogue with talks on cybersecurity. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

U.S. and Chinese officials began formal discussions on cybersecurity Monday, kicking off four days of talks to build cooperation and broach issues that divide the two world powers.

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AAA

London, UK

#1 Jul 8, 2013
Is Snowden invited ?

Since: Nov 10

Zhengzhou, China

#2 Jul 8, 2013
AAA wrote:
Is Snowden invited ?
prepare to invite, but it's pity now both don't know hwere he is?
Kyle Murphy

Taipei, Taiwan

#3 Jul 8, 2013
Remember the escape of dissident lawyer Chen Guangcheng from house arrest to the U.S. Embassy in the Chinese capital? Chen later moved to the U.S. where he’s proved a staunch critic of Beijing.

China should have afforded Snowden same treatment the USA extended to Chen.
Mam Thai thit ran

London, UK

#4 Jul 8, 2013
china,,and Russia still weak to making any offer to Snow den,

they were very concerning about it,,they policies was kicked out,,don't taking in,,a



Andrez Lopez

El Paso, TX

#5 Jul 9, 2013
China for sure will mention all the above posts but they will not do the same as they will want to show that they are above the situation and reiterate that they too are victims of being hacked.

Snowden to China will be a burden to keep the American market open for the Chinese.

With the American market open, China will continue to advance in growth.

In the end China will call all the shots if she go along with what we ask. A Chinese saying goes like 'Pretend to be a pig and then swallow the tiger'.
FREE CHINA

Port Moody, Canada

#6 Jul 10, 2013
Kyle Murphy wrote:
Remember the escape of dissident lawyer Chen Guangcheng from house arrest to the U.S. Embassy in the Chinese capital? Chen later moved to the U.S. where he’s proved a staunch critic of Beijing.
China should have afforded Snowden same treatment the USA extended to Chen.
But the hypocrisy of a dictatorship like that of the CCP, that engages in far more spying on its own people AND their lawless imprisonment and torture in the CCP gulag doing so is just too ridiculous!

Even the CCP scum in Beijing know that they are scum! Pretending they are in a position to advocate free speech and openness is just totally retarded, you see.

Ask yourself how China would treat someone who leaked the details of the CCP's current chaotic factional battle? Kill them, of course. They would have to RUN TO THE US CONSULATE to save their skins and torpedo their CCP boss, wouldn't they?

Say, that actually happened, didn't it?

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
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United States

#7 Jul 10, 2013
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2 Cents

Taichung, Taiwan

#8 Jul 10, 2013
Kyle Murphy wrote:
Remember the escape of dissident lawyer Chen Guangcheng from house arrest to the U.S. Embassy in the Chinese capital? Chen later moved to the U.S. where he’s proved a staunch critic of Beijing.
China should have afforded Snowden same treatment the USA extended to Chen.
The Chinese culture emphasizes restraint and the avoidance of unnecessary confrontation. It's part of giving "face" or not embarrassing others. Unfortunately, for people not familiar with Chinese culture, they mistaken this courtesy as a sign of weakness. The Chinese prefer to give each other face even if they disagree on something and will, to the greatest extent possible, make their point without being confrontational. Here, keeping Snowden would have been an unnecessary confrontation.

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