War Clouds Gather Over China And Japan

Senkaku islands

Gu Suhua writes from Beijing about Asia and the latest risks of destabilization being discussed in China of terrorism in India.

In today's post read all about China's new President Xi Jinping a leader of communism and the current despot being reported in the area from other countries outside of China.

The Museum of the First National Congress of t...
The Museum of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in Shanghai, China. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Recently President Xi became President and he is also now the chairman of the Central Military Commission which gives him more control of  Chinese armed forces.

It has been a long struggle to win hearts and minds in the country and the Chinese communist dictator has many more challenges to overcome in the future.

Rare Golden Chinese Coins
Rare Golden Chinese Coins (Photo credit: epSos.de)
 Some of the earlier problems they Chinese communist decided to regulate was the amount of alcohol the military and a ban on discussing sensitive information Gu Shua reveals some interesting things. This post touches base with the Sansha military and you can read more about Chinese sovereignty in the Paracel islands.
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Find out more about the Japanese government headed by Abe Shinzo and the good work they are doing in defence. You can also find out how the Chinese press have a difference of opinion about Shinzo neighbourly attempt to improve Japan’s image.

さよなら、総理大臣 (Photo credit: Jrim)

Reports are circulating that the Japanese and China have historically had some differences of opinion, what you don't know is that some Chinese aircraft have new limits set on them from Japan.

Hillary Rodham Clinton (Wellesley College)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (Wellesley College) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
There have also been some interesting public reactions to what is unfolding by Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State, about defence, business, China and peace in the area.

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