Commentary: Umesh Pandey
Over the past few weeks and months things have been looking up for most of the people in Asia, at least on the political front if not on the economic side.
China, the big brother of the region, appears to be softening its tone as it tries harder to meet the high expectations that the world has of a country with such might, both economically and militarily.
Just days after Xi Jinping was voted into the top spot in the country as President of the People’s Republic, some positive news started to emerge in regard to the issue of the hotly disputed islands that are called Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.
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