Anonymous says:
Jul 17, 2011 02:34 PM

The US was content to stay out of the Spratly and Paracel territorial disputes until expansive new PRC claims to all of the new islands began to be aggressively enforced by a much enlarged PLA navy. Moreover, the PRC line that it would only negotiate territorial disputes one nation at a time came to be seen as a road towards a power grab by a big nation and large military over its smaller neighbors.

Anonymous says:
Jul 21, 2011 04:42 AM

Someone needs to control China and it may as well the US. China hungers for energy and will not stop at anything to get even if it means stealing.

Anonymous says:
Jul 16, 2011 12:26 PM

welcome USA in south China sea

Anonymous says:
Aug 13, 2011 01:15 AM

The us navy need send more ship to the region to calm chinese hunger for energy,they will do evrthing to get what they Want,the us much step in and say,hey.this is enough,let the united nation investigation throught the history of the islands,and the u.n will anoun it to the world ,who is the right full owner is....I think the u.s need to step up now , befor china take it over by force.this is every body can see that with the chinese build up the navy quickly,and they also build the ship ' rockets,to quick detroy the us navy ship , if the war explosed ,and oh,I think it is gonna happen in the matter of time .

Anonymous says:
Jul 19, 2011 12:57 AM

Now US becomming the bodygard Vietnam
Later will became the slave of Vietnam
This is not stange for the losser asking for life from the winner.....
China don't make any interest with US
US Can't event fight Vietnam how come showing face to China??? Ha...
Come on Cambodia on your side 100%
And to give the lesson to Vietnam how pain is it and then will know how Cambodia pain too.

Anonymous says:
Jul 19, 2011 09:27 AM

Hello US. Welcome to stay.

Anonymous says:
Jul 15, 2011 01:11 PM

The last thing this world need is more conflicts. the US should stay the hell out of it.

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