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What is the real reason why China will not abide to the International Tribunal's

  1. Evane profile image60
    Evaneposted 22 months ago

    What is the real reason why China will not abide to the International Tribunal's ruling?

    What is the real reason why China will not abide to the International Tribunal's ruling favoring the claims of the Philippines?

  2. tamarawilhite profile image90
    tamarawilhiteposted 22 months ago

    They only follow international law when it is to their advantage, because China has always been nationalist and focused on their own interests.
    Yet Trump is bashed for saying the US should be similarly nationalist, focusing on its own interests because nations like China are not following international rules when it isn't in their benefit.

    1. Evane profile image60
      Evaneposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      I know nothing about Trump. But I am appalled by China's reaction to the ruling. They will not abide by the tribunal's decision and insist on their right over the disputed sea. Don't you think it has to do with their military force?

  3. Matt Easterbrook5 profile image79
    Matt Easterbrook5posted 22 months ago

    China is a dangerous and growing super power. If we the USA do not watch them closer we may all be in trouble in the end. We have way to many business ties and money owed to China at the present time. Just my opinion, but remember going back to WWII our Generals wanted to take Manchuria and our President would not allow it to happen. The Generals warned him and Congress that some day China would be a huge threat to the USA.

    1. Evane profile image60
      Evaneposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Points noted. China is indeed a growing super power now. Some scholars say it is even stronger than US at the present. They have such strong military and big population.

  4. grand old lady profile image82
    grand old ladyposted 22 months ago

    china has always had this bully mentality. I read some books about it when before some areas of China adopted capitalism, and I know people who lived there at that time. They still wanna take Taiwan, are fighting with Vietnam and Japan aside from us. I lived in Hong Kong when it was still under the British and have visited it afterwards. The people's ways are very different today now that china is messing with it.

    Maybe China hopes to make all us other Asian countries part of their country. yikes.

    1. Evane profile image60
      Evaneposted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Yikes, I don't wanna be part of China.

    2. Matt Easterbrook5 profile image79
      Matt Easterbrook5posted 22 months agoin reply to this

      Yes we must all communicate with our Congressional representatives to remind them to vote on issues regarding China and find a way to phase them out of our business relations here in the USA.

 
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