QUOTE (Mid-Night_Sun @ Sep 22 2011, 11:15 AM)
1. by bullying japan during trawler incident?
2. by fishing in korean and other countries waters? by being aggressive in south china sea?
3. how? attack them?
4. how? attack them?
2. like trade?
5. how? and why would other asian countries care?
its all well and good to make broad statements, but without details there can be no real discussion. and the details would clearly show asian countries have less to fear from US than China. if you believe different, answer my questions.
Where do you get your news? No one was "bullying". That was a term coined by Western journalists to make China look bad. And since when is fishing a bad thing? So Chinese people can't fish near their ports? And what do you mean by being "agressive"?
Your questions for the US don't even make sense. How did they crash ASEAN? How is that a question. You KNOW they did. That's a FACT! You say they have no "territories" in Asia, yet they crash ASEAN.....
The US tried to crash the SCO too:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Coop...on_Organisation
List of American military deployments in Asia:
South Korea – 28,500
Japan – 32,803
Philippines - 95
Diego Garcia - 311
Jakarta, Indonesia - 27
Singapore – 125
Thailand – 96
Malaysia - 15http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States...ary_deployments
US Military bases in Central Asia:
"The United States maintains two bases in Central Asia, one each in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, for its postwar operations in Afghanistan. A regional group led by Russia and China has pressured the United States to remove its forces from Central Asia. U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, in response to recent political tension over the issue with leaders in both Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, traveled to Central Asia July 25 to discuss the U.S. military’s arrangements in the region. The United States says the bases are necessary for its efforts in Afghanistan and claims it does not intend to have a permanent presence in the region
The US is DEFINITELY trying to expand and maintain military hegemoy in Asia to police it. They want to put their army in Vietnam, Taiwan, and any other country close to China. So they have WAY more expansionist agendas than China.
What more proof do you need? Military presence in a country is just de-facto Colonization without the historical ugliness. That way, the West can secretly keep tabs on Asia without looking like a monster.
Seriously? You trust a country that's in 4 wars (US) instead of a country with ZERO wars (China)?
Asians are so pathetic.