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NZ says superpowers must listen to needs of Pacific

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By Lucy Craymer

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What exactly are these "needs" and "priorities".??

-5 ( +1 / -6 )

Wakarimasen

What exactly are these "needs" and "priorities".??

That's why they need to listen.

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They need to stay neutral and independent.

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Hmmmmm.... Why do they need to listen. what business is it of theirs?

and my point was she might at least have outlined her view of what they are rather than the waffle she gave us.

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Hmmmmm.... Why do they need to listen. what business is it of theirs?

Hmmm, maybe you should read the article again before waffling!!

They need to stay neutral and independent.

That's not how china plays when it makes side deals to persuade Pacific Island countries to not recognize the independence of Taiwan.

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she is just a voice messenger of USA as they are loosing ground in area to China...very simple and plain thing.

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NZ says

vs

New Zealand's foreign minister said 

not really the same thing.....

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What exactly are these "needs" and "priorities".??

That's why they need to listen.

‘Wakarimasen’ oooh the irony.

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