posted on Aug, 18 2005 @ 09:17 AM
It will be an interesting exercise to follow over the next few days and I'm sure I'm not the only one who thinks that. The US has turned down the
option of having an observer on site. Perhaps they don't want to seem 'too' overly interested?
A total of 10,000 troops will be taking part. 1800 of them Russian.
While there is no denying the two countries are closer than they used to be, by all reports it is said that this is no honeymoon between China and
I think this is your typical older man going through midlife crisis (Russia) and hooking up with the nubile younger woman with the big chest (that
China is so hot right now). Russia is currently taking China out in its snazzy red sportscar.
Russia wants to prove they still have it, China wants to flaunt it.
Hey, who says allies have to love one another to be happy together?