Rasheda Browne :
From reading this article, its seems that in an attempt to maintain peace domestically and with Japan and the U.S., China has forgotten to assert the power it has in Asia. China has other Asian nations and the U.S. concerned about its growing naval power. But when it comes to Japan and China's emotional history with it, that is when the Chinese government decides to pause. Only when Japan has flagrantly disregarded territorial disputes over Diaoyu/Senkaku and retained a Chinese captain on the anniversary of its invasion of China does the Chinese government remember that Japan is not the only superpower in the China Sea, even it has the backing of the U.S (By the way, does U.S. backing really mean that much in this situation?). China has as much right as any country in that region to make claims to those islands and its resources.
Rasheda Browne说 :