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Crossover: Purpose of Vietnam's live-fire drill

06-14-2011 15:01 BJT Special Report:South China Sea Is An Indiputable Part of China |

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For more analysis on the Vietnamese naval exercise, Professor Su Hao from China Foreign Affairs University, now joins us on the phone.

Q1: What's the purpose of Vietnam's drill, as well as its recent activities in the South China Sea?

Q2: China has declared indisputable sovereignty over the Nansha Islands, and the surrounding waters in the South China Sea. But Vietnam and several other countries have contested this authority. In your view, what's the best way to settle these disputes?

 

 

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