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Interview: What's behind US move?

07-27-2010 13:53 BJT

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China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi has warned countries not to "internationalize" the territorial dispute over islands in the South China Sea between China and its neighbors. Full Story>>

For more discussion on the South China Sea issue, we're joined again by Professor Wu Xu.

Professor Wu, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton chose an ASEAN security meeting, which has been a platform of regional cooperation, to state the US' position. What's behind the move?

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Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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