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October 18, 2005

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Tom the Redhunter

It makes sense that energy is at least part of the reason for the snub. After all, China has one of the world's fastest growing economies, and their demands are going to go nowhere but up. That's why they've got troops in in Sudan, having troops overseas being normally pretty odd for China

Another reason may be Taiwan. If diplomacy fails and they believe that they have to move against the island nation, they want to eliminate Japan as a rival (which as you've noted has a potent navy). They also see the increased cooperation between the US and Japan over the issue of Taiwan. They're trying to scare off the Japanese.

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