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China, Japan seek to improve ties as Xi, Abe meet

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Great photo, almost as good as the last one these two took!

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Increase the Peace!

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I call bs.

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To have peace, Japan must be militarily strong. Otherwise she is just a beggar of peace.

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Good for them.

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Both have entrenched domestic audiences to satisfy, so, sorry, I'm skeptical that anything substantial will happen. Just more talk about talking.

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China has a their own different mind set with no compromising in negotiation. There is no negotiation until they stop bullying in the Asia. Simple.

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Okay! Now what we need is for Xi Jinping to dress up as Po (the panda) and shake hands with Mario.

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I would like to see a cartoonists draw a "think bubble" above both leader with what they are really thinking!

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Talk is good. More talking is very good.

Talks that leads to more talks often times halt the rising tension and hostility among each other.

If there is no more talk, then the only other option is action.

I would rather both China and Japan continue to talk forever. Nothing good will come about for Japan if there is no more talk.

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Talk is good. More talking is very good.

Talks that leads to more talks often times halt the rising tension and hostility among each other.

If there is no more talk, then the only other option is action.

I would rather both China and Japan continue to talk forever. Nothing good will come about for Japan if there is no more talk.

Obama has been talking and talking to China, but it is not stopping Chinese aggression.

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The problem with talking is that China will keep talking and taking until they are sitting in your living room trying to convince you that you need to move out.

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Despite differences in ideology and interests, the two countries have developed an interdependence that is a cornerstone for Asia's stability.

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I was sure China would wait until the G20 was behind them before moving on Scarborough Shoal. But I was wrong.

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it cited the Chinese president as saying, but they should seek to return to normal development for the sake of regional peace and stability.

Then Treat PM of Japan with courtesy in face to face Summit in the same way as other leaders. You still do not erect flags of two nations in the back

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