APEC 06: War History is 'Old History'

Update: chinalawblog:
The Rise Of Great Nations/What China Wants
Jong il Casts a "Mean Shadow" on this Summit

With as many important and positive issues to discuss:
North Korea Nuclear Issue Overshadows APEC Meetings
(Of which Hu calls for early resumption of DPRK talks)

Of course terrorists won't agree, but Iranian and DPRK Regimes appear to be International outcasts, as they consistently befriend jihad militants, while threatening and disrespecting the world community. “The US made us do it”…and, “The U.S. threatens Peace” they place importance of their own advancement before their neighbors.

The next set of sanctions may hold many innocents in danger (and /or) cause much suffering and hardships; but new programs to divert the need for fossil-fuel is hoped... as the World 'WILL' invalidate terror!

-Along with the discussion of the Iranian and N. Korean threat:
APEC to approve counter-terrorism pact
...And the call for more international giving to underprivileged countries, expanded world trade, and new innovations...

Live and let live… war history, is “History.”
You won't see our Asian Allies parading 1500 years of religious hate through the streets of modern world...
Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Aso(L)
With Chinese Li Zhaoxing(R)
Laughing along with Japan and China…
Special research by the Institute of Modern History of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Japan Institute of International Affairs will begin, that is expected to reduce future disputes on historical issues... The two countries will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the China-Japan Peace and Friendship Treaty.

Vietnam in limelight as Bush arrives for summit
Bush: Viet Nam War lessons for US:.

"We tend to want there to be instant success in the world, and the task in Iraq is going to take awhile," the president said. He called the Iraq war a "great struggle" and said, "It's just going to take a long period of time for the ideology that is hopeful -- and that is an ideology of freedom -- to overcome an ideology of hate." Read more
"For every Veteran of Vietnam...It is often said, 'You won't like where you are going, if you don't like where you've been.' We could not have had this Vietnam summit today, had it not been for you, or your loved ones' service." - M.B.

-And last, we have the MSM, who (of course) ticked off a list of U.S. concerns.
Rice: U.S. Concerned About Rising China
Always on the side of "Drama, as they highlight and "run away with, any statement given by Rice, which looks as if to "build contention."

"China remains a valued ally to the United States."

-What others (who attended) thought of the APEC summit:
APEC Impact: "Today Nguyen earned our respect -
and more than earned his salary."
To be continued...

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