China: Politics and Business

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Jonathan Tepperman, managing editor of Foreign Affairs, discusses U.S foreign policy vis-a-vis China and the potential for the U.S. to get involved militarily in support of Japan in the two countries' conflict over territorial waters.


Jonathan Tepperman

Comments [6]

Lei Kei

On China and US: Reflections on Brian Lehrer's Trip. Brian said when he stood at Tienanmen square it left him cold maybe he would feel warm if he could make reference to wikileaks US Ambassador's telegram that there was no massacre at Tienanmen Square. Maybe Brian has never heard of wikileaks.

Dec. 18 2012 03:51 AM
Zeggae from Nj

Another China show from Brian and predictably we get the usual. Dictators, human right oppressors, colonialists, occupiers. (Not to be confused with israel )Maybe he will talk about shanghai, Beijing infrastructure vs NY or Any US cities. Jealousy maybe!

Dec. 12 2012 11:01 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

Only the LEFT wants to ignore our allies.

They always blame it on "both sides".

None of these disputes heated up until the recent explosion of Chinese nationalism.

Dec. 12 2012 10:57 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

"US can't sit on the side". underestimate Barry Obambi, our "C-I-C" could sit on his hands on ANY issue.

Dec. 12 2012 10:52 AM

Only news because it is suddenly on wnyc's radar... for 2 decades the tenor has been heightened to a fevered pitch between all 8 regional countries. Vietnamese, for example, are getting arrested right now for street protests over this issue:

Dec. 12 2012 10:46 AM
Martin Chuzzlewit from Manhattan

Good heavens, Brian, the other day on your show you didn’t even know about the recent (or previous) cable cutting incidents that Chinese commandos, disguised as “fishermen”, have been doing to foreign ships all around the South China Sea.
You listen to NPR too much.

And please don’t waft lyrically with your fellow traveler guest on the “peaceful rise” of the belligerent Beijing bully boys.

Dec. 12 2012 10:07 AM

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