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China Uneasy About American Troop Deployment

A recent American plan to place 2,500 Marines in Australia has fanned tensions between the United States and China. What do you think?

  • “Geez, we invade a few dozen countries in our short history and people really start getting paranoid.”

    Jackie Renn Systems Analyst
  • "But do we know which way the troops will be facing?"

    Tony Harlan Roller Maker
  • "This sends a clear message to the Chinese that we're willing to put a completely inconsequential number of troops some 2,600 miles from their border, so they'd better watch out."

    Claude Brand Unemployed

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