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China Poised for Countermove in Diaoyu Islands Dispute

As the Diaoyu islands dispute escalated over the past few months, China has witnessed the outbreak of the biggest anti-Japanese demonstrations since 2010, which spread to various cities including Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Changchun.

Zhu Feng contends that the Diaoyu islands dispute does not yet risk completely overturning Sino-Japanese relations. The country should, on the basis of clearly determining its national and strategic interests, implement a "three-in-one" policy of crisis diplomacy, full military preparations, and joint efforts of the government and society.

"Turning 'defending the Diaoyu islands' into a long-term strategic task is more important than simply declaring zeal for battle over the issue," said Zhu Feng.

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