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Tele interview: Motivation of Japanese FM's visit to SE Asian countries

10-11-2011 14:17 BJT Special Report: South China Sea Is An Indisputable Part of China |

Japanese Foreign Minister Gemba Koichiro will begin his visit to the Southeast Asian countries of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia on Oct 11, aiming to establish a framework of multi-lateral negotiation to deepen maritime security cooperation, Kyodo New Agency reported Sunday. Full story >>

Q1: What do you make of this move by Japan? What do you think is the motivation? Japan doesn’t necessarily have direct territorial interest in the South China Sea, so why are they doing this?

Q2: Do you think South China Sea issue is getting more complicated, and therefore less likely to be resolved?



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