Saturday, October 30, 2010

Clinton urges calm after China-Japan row at summit

Clinton urges calm after China-Japan row at summit
By Yoko Kubota and Arshad Mohammed – Sat Oct 30, 7:48 am ET

HANOI (Reuters) – "The premiers of China and Japan met at an Asian regional summit in a bid to defuse a territorial dispute on Saturday, while the United States urged Asia's two big economies to cool the standoff and proposed three-way talks."

Somebody needs to sit these two sides down and give them the Gibbs Head Slap.  You know, if Chiang Kai Shek had prevailed instead of Mao, Japan would probably not be a sovereign country today.  But that's beside the point.

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