Is China's non-interference policy su...

Is China's non-interference policy sustainable?

There are 3 comments on the BBC News story from Sep 16, 2013, titled Is China's non-interference policy sustainable?. In it, BBC News reports that:

While the US, UK and France pushed for intervention in Syria and Russia noisily blocked them at every turn, China was in the background, saying very little.

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Since: Nov 10

Xuchang, China

#1 Sep 17, 2013
sustainable.
it's better to say little.
Indian

San Francisco, CA

#2 Sep 18, 2013
No way, China need to stop being a coward and take a stand.

Since: Aug 08

Shanghai, China

#3 Sep 18, 2013
Indian wrote:
No way, China need to stop being a coward and take a stand.
Indians needs to shut their mouths so they can hold those their lack of toilets can't hold.

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