Is China too aggressive?

@Naxous (974)
India
November 13, 2015 9:07am CST
The recent manoeuvre of china shows that it is on a mission to be the dominant force in Asia and may be in the world.It's claim of South China Sea and arm twisting tactics of predominantly less powerful opponents suggests that the country is trying to be the central force in Asia.
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@Missmwngi (12615)
• Nairobi, Kenya
13 Nov 15
Well every country would want to be on the top
@Naxous (974)
• India
19 Nov 15
Sure but the manner in which they are trying to do that is of grave concern.
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@Missmwngi (12615)
• Nairobi, Kenya
20 Nov 15
@Naxous I agree
@scheng1 (24688)
• Singapore
16 Nov 15
If China can destroy ISIS, that will be good for all of us. I think China will use all its resources since ISIS has declared war on China. China has a very large population of Muslims, and it cannot afford to lose control over this large group of people.
@Naxous (974)
• India
19 Nov 15
Do you seriously think that China will take the initiative?I believe the IS is more intent on inflicting pains to European nations,US and Russia.Asia is not their main target.
@veganbliss (3899)
• Adelaide, Australia
28 Nov 15
Don't believe anything you read in Western Media on the subject. They come up with all sorts of ridiculous nonsense to turn events to their agenda - all of which has been proven false. China is already the biggest economic force in Asia, but India's turn may come soon too. We should be looking to trade & build enormous joint infrastructure projects together to facilitate better trade & travel. China's goal is peace through the Silk Road Development Plan & infrastructure development of every nation through the AIIB to that end. Its claims are essential for its defense against a stupidly aggressive imperialist USA.
• Calgary, Alberta
14 Nov 15
If the countries they were bullying ganged up on them, lets see if they have the final laugh. They were over populated but majority of their population is elderly due to one child policy. Bullying countries will do them no good.