The New York Times: The United States stationed in the Australian Department to enter China’s strategic backyard
4 Day Darwin, Australia, the first batch of about 200 U.S. Marines arrived and began to perform military tasks.
World Wide Web April 6 issue of the “Global Times” reported that “before the announcement of the garrison, we communicate with Chinese friends, they understand that we do is not against them.” U.S. Ambassador to Australia, cloth ledge words sunrise the Australian media, his mouth “to do so, refers to” the U.S. military presence in Darwin. However, the U.S. media’s response to the credibility of the statement of the Bu Laiqi greatly reduced.
Bu Laiqi the Australian media, said: “You may have heard from academics and others where a sexy, interesting to say, they try to prove that the (U.S. military presence in Australia) (containment), But this is not true. “before the announcement of the garrison to communicate with Chinese friends, they understand that we do so is not against them”, Bu Laiqi say the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Another one of his explanation is, the garrison Australia only for the pieces in the right place “.
The U.S. military arrived in Australia, according to the agreement, China’s strategic backyard “,” New York Times on the 4th title reveal the atmosphere for China. The article said that the Australians think that China’s foreign policy is sometimes unpredictable, so the U.S. troops stationed in Macao seen as a balance to guard against the rising powers “recklessly”. The article also said that although Bulai Qi denied, but scholars are firmly convinced that the deal with China’s recent self-confidence is definitely an important factor behind the garrison policy. (● newspaper the United States, Australia, Japan mission special correspondent Dingxiao Xi Tang Li Zhen ● newspaper reporter Guo Fang Wang analysis Liuyu Peng)