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China, Japan to discuss resuming ruling party talks after 6-year hiatus

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Ties between Asia's top two economies have been strained by issues

That's putting it mildly. But China is still the number one source of tourists and international students in Japan.

Hopefully there is enough interaction at the ground level to keep these strains from boiling over.

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China considers and uses it's economic value to other nations as a strategic weapon. It is used to support it's aggressive stance in it's political and diplomatic positions. Any nation that does not recognize this will fail miserably in any negotiations with China.

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Does this mean the ruling party in Japan is a lifetime ruler like the CCP ?

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Does this mean the ruling party in Japan is a lifetime ruler like the CCP ?

The answer is obviously given by the results. The LDP is like the CCP in that it is the only legitimate party that rules the country. Within the CCP there are factions just like the LDP. CCP candidates have to be CCP approved before they can be candidates. The same with the LDP.

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quercetumToday  12:35 pm JST

Does this mean the ruling party in Japan is a lifetime ruler like the CCP ?

The answer is obviously given by the results. The LDP is like the CCP in that it is the only legitimate party that rules the country.

The obvious answer is No.

Number of legimate Political Parties in Japan: 10.

Number of legimate political parties in China: ONE.

When was the LDP not in power; 1993-1994, 2009-2012.

When was the CCP not in power; NEVER.

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The meeting will be a waste of time.

The CCP is a two-faced dragon, it's says one thing but does the opposite.

strained by issues including Tokyo's concerns about China's maritime activities in the East and South China Seas, and Beijing's protests against Japan's release of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean.

China will never stop their bullying behavior in the South China Seas.

China will continue to promote the fake narrative concerning Fukushima.

China will continue to bully economically other countries.

China will continue to hold foreigners on fake charges of spying.

China is losing international credibility everyday.

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