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The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War

The Nightmare Scenario: A U.S.-China War

By James R. Holmes
September 19, 2012

Our great and powerful editor has requested—nay, demanded!—a series of posts exploring how a U.S.-China war might unfold. That sounds like a request for prophecy.

China Should Deepen Military Contacts With U.S. to Avert New Crises: Panetta

China Should Deepen Military Contacts With U.S. to Avert New Crises: Panetta

Sept. 18, 2012

 

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Tuesday called on China to deepen its armed force contacts with the United States to limit the chances of miscommunications that could result in crises, Reuters reported.

US and Japan reach missile defense agreement; China isn't happy

US and Japan reach missile defense agreement; China isn't happy

 

 Silverstein,September 17, 2012

 

The United States has announced that it will deploy a second advanced missile-defense system in Japan, BBC News reported. North Korea is the the primary threat that Japan's missiles are directed at, and people in Japan have become increasingly alarmed by North Korea's missile technology. But the technology in Japan may also be directed at China, where the deal between the US and Japan received immediate criticism.

'China may start territorial war' - US

'China may start territorial war' - US

September 16, 2012

 

 

CHINA and other Asian countries could end up at war over territorial disputes if governments keep up their "provocative behaviour", US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said.

Stronger Chinese Navy Worries Neighbors and US

Stronger Chinese Navy Worries Neighbors and US

Bernhard Zand
14.09.2012

The best view of China's new flagship, which inspires fear in its enemies, could recently be had from a window on the fourth floor of an IKEA store in Dalian, a port city in northeastern China. Here, someone had scratched out a viewing hole in the opaque film masking the window, providing a view of the pier across the way -- and of the Varyag.

Transatlantic Trends 2012: Why Transatlantic Majorities View China Unfavorably‏

Transatlantic Trends 2012: Why Transatlantic Majorities View China Unfavorably‏

 

In this response to the 2012 Transatlantic Trends Survey, Transatlantic Fellow Andrew Small explains why U.S. and European respondents were more likely to view China as military threat than as an…

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O99L0srBL_c
 

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