Thursday, February 7, 2013

China - Japan Tensions Continues Over Disputed Islands

Chinese marine surveillance ship Haijian No. 51 (R) cruises next to a Japan Coast Guard patrol ship, Akaishi, in the East China Sea near the disputed isles known as Senkaku isles in Japan and Diaoyu islands in China, Feb. 4, 2013.

China Accuses Japan Of Smear Campaign -- Voice of America

China has accused Japan of trying to "smear" Beijing's image, after Tokyo alleged a Chinese warship locked its weapons-targeting radar on a Japanese vessel near disputed islands.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Thursday the issue is not China displaying its strength, but Japanese ships and aircraft carrying out "illegal activities" that infringe on China's territorial sovereignty in the East China Sea.

She accused Japan of increasing tensions.

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More News On Chinese - Japanese Tensions Over Disputed Islands

China accuses Japan of ‘smear’ over radar incident
-- Livemint/AFP
China accuses Japan of using radar case to ‘hype crisis’ in ties -- Japan Times
China State Media Fires Back on Island Dispute -- Wall Street Journal
China and Japan's media in war of words over radar issue
-- BBC
China media: Japan tensions -- BBC
China says probing Japan complaint about radar lock-on -- Reuters
China to conduct 'solemn' probe into Japan radar claim
-- BBC
Japanese prime minister accuses Chinese navy ship of 'dangerous' act
-- CNN
Japan Radar Target Protest Is War Signal, Global Times Says
-- Bloomberg Businessweek

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