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‘Getting tough on China’ more rhetoric than reality

Posted by seumasach on May 4, 2021

Ken Moak

Asia Times

29th April, 2021

“With regard to Chinese “aggression” in the Asia-Pacific, the West and Japan have cherry-picked information to fit the narrative. The People’s Republic of China did not invent its territorial claims, they were inherited from the previous Nationalist government. The claims were supported by the US under the 1946 Cairo Declaration framework, demanding that Japan return all territories it annexed from their historical owners. 

Furthermore, China was exempted from the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), implicitly recognizing the country’s territorial claims within the “nine dash line.””

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No China’s economy is not going to crash

Posted by seumasach on October 25, 2015

Here is an unusual article from the British left which actually praises the Chinese economic model. The points made seem valid although there is no discussion of the role of finance, an omission, I think, given Deng’s maxim that “whatever you do always keep control of the financial system”. John Ross is a supporter of Corbyn: hopefully Corbyn can also back the trend on the left of complete contempt for China’s achievements. We shall see.

– why China has the world’s strongest macro-economic structure

Socialist Action

5th September, 2015

A great deal of highly inaccurate material is currently appearing in the Western media about the ‘crisis’ of China’s economy – an economy growing three times as fast as the US or Europe. This follows a long tradition of similarly inaccurate ‘crash’ material on China symbolised by Gordon Chang’s 2002 book ‘The Coming Collapse of China’.

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