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Chinese Spokesman Urges Impartiality for U.S. Newspaper on Diaoyu Islands
President Xi Expounds China's Stance on Japan Ties to Abe
Diaoyu Islands Issue Drives China-Japan Enmity: Survey
China Urges Japan to Return to Normal Track of Bilateral Ties
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Setting the Rules for Japan
China takes precautions against conflicts in the East China Sea
Abe's Lousy Souvenir
Japanese prime minister's U.S. trip didn't go as expected due to differing demands in East Asia
A Triple Threat
The United States should broaden its approach to the Diaoyu Islands dispute
The Quarrel Continues
Abe administration goes astray over island dispute with China
The Return of Abe
As Japan undergoes a political power transition, problems remain the same
Revitalizing People-to-People Diplomacy
Political advisor appeals for improving Sino-Japanese relations through people-to-people exchanges
Japan's UNESCO Bid a New Provocation
On the Borderline
The China-Japan dispute over the Diaoyu Islands is a global concern
Ignoring History, Fueling Tensions
Japan's unilateral action breaks its tacit understanding with China
Defending the Chinese Perspective
China's view of maritime disputes
About the Diaoyu Islands
The Diaoyu Islands and its affiliated islands are an inseparable part of the Chinese territory. Diaoyu Islands is China's inherent territory in all historical, geographical and legal terms, and China enjoys indisputable sovereignty over Diaoyu Islands.

China is firmly opposed to Japan's violation of China's sovereignty over Diaoyu Islands in whatever form and has taken resolute measures to curb any such act.
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