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China Voice: U.S. should walk the talk

By Cao Kai (Xinhua)

08:50, October 10, 2012

• "U.S. took a neutral position with regard to the competing claims of Japan, China and Taiwan."
• Analysts say deployment of two U.S. aircraft carriers indicates that U.S. supports Japan's claims.
• The deployment of the U.S. warships violates the country's neutral stance on the issue.

BEIJING, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- In late September, the United States Congressional Research Service amended and republished a report titled "The Senkaku Islands Dispute: U.S. Treaty Obligations."

"During Senate deliberations on whether to consent to the ratification of the Okinawa Reversion Treaty, the State Department asserted that the United States took a neutral position with regard to the competing claims of Japan, China and Taiwan, despite the return of the islands to Japanese administration," the report states.

The U.S. report unmasks the lies of the Japanese government, which has illegally seized the Diaoyu Islands and claimed them as its own. Its so-called "nationalization" of the islands and intention to resort to international rule of law for justification last month is pure hypocrisy and farce.

However, the recent deployment of two U.S. aircraft carriers to the Western Pacific in light of the tension between China and Japan is giving the wrong signal to Japan. Analysts say the deployment of two nuclear-powered aircraft carriers from the U.S. Navy's Seventh Fleet indicates that the U.S. supports Japan's claims.

The deployment of the U.S. warships violates the country's neutral stance on the issue and will affect regional peace and stability.

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