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Japan, China ministers make first call on defense hotline

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This is a good first step. Now Japan offer to stop going to Yasukuni and you'll be surprised how far that next step will go.

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China has a habit of ignoring the red phone line. Extremely dangerous of them.

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Now Japan offer to stop going to Yasukuni 

Why? Yasukuni is in Tokyo. Who cares what China thinks?

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This is a good first step. Now Japan offer to stop going to Yasukuni and you'll be surprised how far that next step will go.

This just means the situation has become severe enough to require a hotline as the US and USSR established after the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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Kudos, Good Boys!!

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A step in the right direction. Hopefully we can have friendly ties with both the US and China.

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Rrringg!

"Hello?!"

'goodbye!'

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Seriously though a very welcome development

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Who believes that? In which language did the ministers communicate? One they are both perfect in , as those sophisticated and delicate matters would require? So which one could that ever be?

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In which language did the ministers communicate? One they are both perfect in , as those sophisticated and delicate matters would require? So which one could that ever be?

There are these people called "interpreters." They've been around a while.

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dbsaiya

May 17 07:24 am JST

This is a good first step. Now Japan offer to stop going to Yasukuni and you'll be surprised how far that next step will go.

Well, to quote china, "it is an internal matter." Not for discussion.

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No doubt the US will listening in as usual.

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