Sunday, August 27, 2006


Korea's Future Lies With China, Not U.S.'

There are some lawmakers in South Korea who believe Korea should make a strategic partnership with China over America in the 21st century.

They are correct. In the 21st century, Korea needs to come closer to China. First, China and Korea share common interests that are larger than those between Korea and the U.S.

Hmmm, Korean politicians want to come closer to China,that is a good idea.
Does China want the reunification of the Korean peninsula?

In the Korean peninsula, the U.S. wants to maintain the status quo. China is different. The U.S. doesn't want to see economic cooperation between China and North Korea, either. China, on the other hand, wants the two Koreas to improve their relationship because China believes doing so would also benefit itself. But the U.S. doesn't want to see this [improvement].


It's because if South and North Koreas improve their relationship, South Korea's anti-American sentiment will get stronger.

Very sensible analysis.

American support of Japan to become a military power gravely damages the interests of South Korea and China. A newly-armed Japan's aggression target, first, will be Korea and then China. There is a clear difference of interest between China and America on it. Choosing America, South Korea will merely become its scapegoat.oh my news

Oh no no.No Japanese, including extreme rightists, do not want to invade Korea,never ever.They know all too well what Koreans are like against Japan.

Anyway, there is no better offer than that.I wonder why Korean politicians did not realized it.

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