Disputed Islands With 45 Years of Oil Reserves Split China, Japan

Oct 10, 2012 Full story: Bloomberg 79

China and Japan sat down for talks and agreed to jointly develop a natural gas field under the East China Sea, defusing a dispute between Asia's biggest economies over who owns the reserves.

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watrat

Pittsburgh, PA

#64 Feb 24, 2013
http://youtube.com/watch... ……
Error is a Reason,China Islands
kafuda

Australia

#65 Feb 25, 2013
senaku belong to japan forever
suzie

Henderson, NV

#66 Feb 26, 2013
I think Japan is sooo beautiful
Mike Glasser

Taipei, Taiwan

#67 Feb 27, 2013
abe admitted japan "annexed " the isles , in other words japan grabbed the islands from a very weak taiwan which tokyo even colonized!

this admission is clear evidence that japan indeed stole the islands from taiwan!
suki

Brisbane, Australia

#69 Feb 27, 2013
taiwan belong to china ABE no that
taiwan will joint china to claim east sea and south china sea
taiwan and china are one
Ganabe

Bangkok, Thailand

#71 Feb 28, 2013
China will claim your wife too
suki

Australia

#72 Feb 28, 2013
Ganabe wrote:
China will claim your wife too
your are easier they may claim your end lady boy
akagi

Taipei, Taiwan

#74 Mar 1, 2013
****Abe quotes Thatcher on sea dispute****

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/world/archive...

abe is not afraid of sick man of asia china!
china is afraid of abe!
kimoto

Australia

#75 Mar 1, 2013
we are proud of you ABE
akagi

Taipei, Taiwan

#76 Mar 1, 2013
japan will fight for you ABE!
karada

Taipei, Taiwan

#77 Mar 1, 2013
japan is back!

japan will rise again with ABE!

ABE is our Hitler!

ABE will conquer china and korea again!

ABE will be back in pearl harbor for payback!
Curse of Ilan isle graves

Taipei, Taiwan

#78 Mar 2, 2013
abe is no match for the curse of ilan graves!
abe will be sick and hospitalized 12 hrs from now!
Norman

Taipei, Taiwan

#80 Mar 2, 2013
Curse of Ilan isle graves wrote:
abe is no match for the curse of ilan graves!
abe will be sick and hospitalized 12 hrs from now!
Not Abe yet, Shintaro Ishihara was hospitalized in critical condition.
yono

Australia

#81 Mar 3, 2013
ABE is a great leader he is strong man
we are proud
toa ta

Taipei, Taiwan

#82 Mar 4, 2013
yono wrote:
ABE is a great leader he is strong man
we are proud
we shall see...
kawasaki

Australia

#84 Mar 8, 2013
china boiling with oil?
Srong man

Vancouver, Canada

#85 Mar 14, 2013
Check it out yourself:

>>>Tokyo Trials war crimes convictions were victors' justice: PM Abe


Prime Minister Shinzo Abe listens to a question during a lower house Budget Committee meeting on March 12.(Mainichi)

The Tokyo war crimes trials following World War II were no more than exercises in victors' justice, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told legislators on March 12.

"The view of that great war was not formed by the Japanese themselves, but rather by the victorious Allies, and it is by their judgment only that (Japanese) have been condemned," Abe said during a House of Representatives Budget Committee session. During his first stint as prime minister in 2006-2007, Abe stated that the verdicts of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, known more commonly as the Tokyo Trials, "have been accepted by Japan, and so we are in no position to object now."

Abe's March 12 comments can be seen as consistent with his previous statements on the Tokyo Trials, but the prime minister has nevertheless risked harsh criticism from former colony South Korea as well as the Allied nations, including China and the United States.

Also according to Abe, a consultative body under the Allied General Headquarters (GHQ) "moved to shut down" the very short-lived post-war committee established by the Cabinet of former Prime Minister Kijuro Shidehara to investigate the reasons for Japan's defeat. "I think (GHQ) suppressed the committee over worries it would discuss views of the war that were inconvenient to the Allies," Abe said.

Abe also said, however, that "evaluations of history are best left to the experts. If the government began research into historical issues and presenting opinions, it could create diplomatic problems."

Before the December lower house election last year, Abe stated that he may review the so-called "Kono Statement" on Korean comfort women -- women forced into sexual slavery to the former Imperial Japanese Army. Since taking office, Abe has indicated he would not get involved in any review of the statement out of consideration for Japan's international relations, but his latest comments could cause concerns in the U.S.

During his first administration, Abe said that Class A war criminals "are not war criminals under the laws of Japan," and taken with his March 12 comments, his views could very well cast a shadow on Japan-U.S. relations.
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March 13, 2013(Mainichi Japan)
najib kumar

Australia

#86 May 3, 2013
china must obey the international law
9 dash is baseless what belong to neighbours it their...
Mr Miyagi

Australia

#87 May 4, 2013
Tora Tora Tora

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