【英语中国】中国:安倍军事野心将加剧地区紧张局势 China Says Abe’s Military Plans Will Increase Tensions

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2014-4-23 08:30

小艾摘要: We reported earlier that the U.S. is welcoming Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push for a greater military role in advance of President Barack Obama's visit to Japan. For a different view, we tur ...
China Says Abe's Military Plans Will Increase Tensions
We reported earlier that the U.S. is welcoming Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push for a greater military role in advance of President Barack Obama's visit to Japan. For a different view, we turn to China, where state media have routinely cast Mr. Abe's push to change Japan's constitution as an effort to return to a militarist past.

'In service of Japan's so-called 'greatness,' Abe is going out of his way to be reckless and publicly worshipping ghosts on the one hand, while on the other hand he shamelessly tries to distract the international community with vain babble about 'positive pacifism,'' the Communist Party flagship newspaper People's Daily said in a commentary in February.

The commentary referred to the consequences of 'appeasement' before World War II and said that 'allowing Abe to continue along the right-wing road would create added challenges to peace and prosperity in Asia.'

Mr. Abe has advocated changing Japan's constitution to allow for a greater defense role. While that would likely take years, his administration is also looking to change the interpretation of the existing constitution this year to allow Japan to exercise its right of 'collective self-defense,' meaning it could come to the aid of allies even if it wasn't directly attacked.

China's foreign ministry did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Tuesday.

The increasing militarization of Japan is an inevitable process being encouraged by U.S. support, said Shi Yinhong, an international relations scholar at Renmin University in Beijing. 'What matters is the U.S. attitude. The Americans have welcomed this [change], which will increase tensions in East Asia,' he said.

Insufficient communication between Beijing and Tokyo was also making matters worse, he said, adding that a change to Japan's constitution could significantly alter the preparation and deployment of China's military in the East China Sea.

Reuters4月9日,中国国家主席习近平会晤美国国防部长哈格尔(Chuck Hagel)。
据《华尔街日报》之前报道,在美国总统奥巴马(Barack Obama)即将访问日本之际,美国方面对日本首相安倍晋三(Shinzo Abe)力争让日本扮演更重要军事角色的意图给予了支持。我们将视线转向中国,来听听不同的观点。中国官方媒体一贯将安倍的修宪主张称为意在复苏军国主义。

中共党报《人民日报》在2月份的一篇评论文章中称,为了所谓的日本“强大”,安倍一方面逞强蛮干,公然拜鬼;另一方面极力障人耳目、在国际社会厚颜无耻地虚谈“积极和平主义”。

该评论文章还提到二战前的“绥靖政策”酿成的苦果,并称如果放任安倍继续沿着右倾道路往前走,亚洲的稳定繁荣将遭遇更大挑战。

为了让日本在防卫方面扮演更重要的角色,安倍主张修改日本宪法。虽然修宪可能要持续数年时间,但安倍政府希望在今年改变对当前宪法的解读,从而得以行使“集体自卫权”,这意味着即便日本没有受到直接攻击,它也可以在发生冲突时为盟友提供协助。

中国外交部周二未立即回覆置评请求。

中国人民大学国际关系学者时殷弘表示,日本军国主义抬头是美国支持下不可避免的现象,美国的态度至关重要;美国欢迎这种变化,这将加剧东亚的紧张局势。

他还说,北京和东京沟通不足也使情况更加糟糕,日本修宪将大大改变中国在东中国海(中国称东海)的军事准备和部署。

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