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What will be the role of Asian countries in WW3 ?

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posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 05:39 AM
China :-China has/had issues with Japan,India,Russia and US.

Russia :-Russia has/had issues with US and China.

India :-Has been in war with both Pakistan and China. However has good relation with both US and Russia.

Pakistan :-Has issues with India. A heavily US backed nation. Also has good relations with China.

Japan :-Another US backed nation which has issues with China.

Which brings me to the following questions :-

Which are the nations that will support NATO and US?

The countries I have mentioned have many issues among themselves . Still they have formed BRICS. What is the reason behind that?

If China and Russia go in war with US regarding the middle-east, who do you think will win and why ?

Who is Pakistan's real ally? US or China?

Are China and Russia really allies?

Both US and China support Pakistan financially/militarily. So does that mean both US and China are secretly against India?

What will NATO do if Pakistan/China vs India/Japan takes place?

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 05:49 AM
a regional war will start in Asia, which will then expand into a full blown World War; the main focus point of the war will shift from Asia, to the Middle East.

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 05:49 AM

edit on 12/1/2013 by RizeorDie because: double post

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 05:56 AM
There will be an Indo -pak war but china will not intervene , it does not suit their interest , nor will U,S help Pakistan.
Besides, China will be too busy dealing with her eastern front..

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 06:08 AM
reply to post by shivaX

Explanation: S&F!


You just overlooked a MASSIVE part of Asia!

It is called AUSTRALIA!

Here is why ...

At heart ....

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia []

What encompasses Asia?
Asia can be defined in geographical terms, but it can also be described in terms of cultural, religious, historical and language boundaries or commonalities.

While it includes West and Central Asia, in Australian schools studies of Asia will pay particular attention to the sub-regions of:

•North-east Asia, including China, Mongolia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan
•South-east Asia, including Indonesia, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, East Timor, the Philippines and Cambodia
•South Asia, including India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

In sport ...

Australia now part of Asia (ANALYSIS - Grantley Bernard From: Herald Sun January 26, 2011 4:00PM) []

But the Socceroos reaching the final of the Asian Cup against Japan would seem to be the last element needed to fully vindicate a move that has given the national team a chance to win a major event and take a measured qualifying path to the World Cup.

There really is no question the Socceroos belong in Asia alongside Japan, South Korea, China, Iran and Iraq and now they have a chance to rule Asia by beating the Blue Samurai in the final in Qatar, a tiny nation that has shown Asia carries political clout within FIFA.

More on sport ...

Is Australia an Asian Country? The Politics of Sport ( by John Duerden) []

In Geography ...

Is Australia a Part of Asia? (by Usha Mahajani The Australian Quarterly Vol. 36, No. 2 (Jun., 1964), p. 25-34) []

Personal Disclosure: And our role is to try prevent ww3 happening .. However ..failing that we intend to kick all your
... just like we tend to do in sport!

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 06:40 AM
Is Australia an Asian country? Hrmm. Would you consider New Zealand to be part of Asia? I would say that no, we are not Asian. We are Oceanic, even though we are extremely close to the Asia region, like Indonesia. We are also a founding member of the East Asia Summit. Russia is also a member, which is fair enough. They seem to be like us but conflicting between being identified as European or Asian. For some reason, the US is also a member. Does this make America an Asian nation?

Many of the nations you’ve mentioned are members. India, China, US, Russia, Japan - perhaps the next world war could involved a bit of collusion for a share end goal? Who knows whether these nations are truly enemies or not? If they are, Australia will be caught in the middle between US/Britain and China... Not good being all alone on an island in the middle of the ocean...

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 06:53 AM
The Asian countries will sell everyone weapons for very cheap so they can destroy each other and in the end they will be the ones who inherit the world. China doesn't have to shoot one shot to take over the world, they can slowly take all our money.

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 08:40 AM
I guess war is official in Mali now.France has bombed terrorist in Mali... Sorry wrong thread

edit on 12-1-2013 by Jobeycool because: (no reason given)

I was thinking this was a possible leading up to WW3 thread.
edit on 12-1-2013 by Jobeycool because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 09:18 AM
I would not say we are close to WW3 but something is about to kick off in Asia The only way to stop it now, would be for both China and Japan to come together and agree on something that will work?

Tensions have been building the last few days before the weekend.

China Newspaper Says To 'Prepare For The Worst' After Military Confrontation With Japan In The East China Sea

Read more:

Global times. Chinese tabloid (English version on the internet) pro government ( possible stance of the ruling communist party in China?

According to Japanese media, Japan's Self-Defense Forces have scrambled fighter jets against China's military aircraft, including fighter jets, which flew to the Diaoyu Islands. It was the first time that military aircraft from both China and Japan confronted each other over the Diaoyu Islands. All of East Asia is now facing intense uncertainty.

Thanks to Japan's arrogance toward China, the Diaoyu Islands dispute has come to this point. Japanese politicians, including Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara and former prime minister Yoshihiko Noda, are to blame.

China and Japan may stand at a turning point that leads to confrontation. The resentment toward each other has come to the highest level since World War II. The Sino-Japanese relationship is looking dim.

Japan has mistakenly estimated China's strategic stance toward constant external provocations. A year ago, Japanese politicians wouldn't have thought that China would send fighter jets.

Some Japanese believed China had to be restrained at any costs to ensure a peaceful period of strategic opportunities. But the fighter jets yesterday proved them wrong.

How far the Diaoyu crisis goes depends on whether Japan is just putting on a show by intercepting China's military aircraft or it really wants to confront China. If it chooses the latter, then it is choosing a military clash.

Chinese society is tired of simple verbal protests toward Japan. The Chinese people hope the country will carry out actions against Japan's provocations. China's sending fighter jets to the islands reflects Chinese public opinion.

A military clash is more likely. We shouldn't have the illusion that Japan will be deterred by our firm stance. We need to prepare for the worst.

China and Japan are likely to become long-term rivals or even enemies. Japan has become the vanguard of the US' strategy which aims to contain China.

Chinese society should reach consensus on a number of issues. First, China should firmly respond to any Japanese provocation. It won't be the initiator of the war, but it shouldn't be hesitant to take military revenge. Meanwhile, it will not take the lead in escalating the war, nor will it be afraid of any escalation. Last, but not least, China's strategic aim is to make Japan accept China's current position on the Diaoyu Islands, rather than extend the crisis to disputes over historical issues.

China should have the courage to face military confrontations with any rival when provoked. At the same time, we should remain cool-headed.

China and Japan have been cooperating in trade and other economic fields. We should try not to let political confrontations affect business. This will minimize China's losses, which conforms to China's overall interest and would help the nation gain support from the public in any confrontation.

The Diaoyu crisis is a test of China's unity in the Internet era. China's strength has enabled it to take countermeasures against Japan and face any uncertainty. This requires society to remain united.

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 09:25 AM
if it aint nuclear, then they will be zerging the west!

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 01:49 PM
reply to post by shivaX

Russia - China - Iran - Pakistan - Syria - Lebanon - Nth Korea - Venezuela - Turkey - Egypt - Iraq - Afghanistan

USA - Europe - India - Saudi Arabia - Australia - Canada - Japan - Sth Korea - Sth Africa - Israel

Some may be allies right now but I think they will eventually turn to their Muslim brothers.

posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 02:06 PM
reply to post by DarknStormy

LOL there is no Oriental nation that will ever other than minor ally of convenience turn to Islam. The Luck of Pakistan is that India is as populated almost as China... so China keeps an Ally

If not Pakistan would look like Kazakhstan, Siberia, Kyrgyzstan and the rest... slowly inundated with Chinese via what they call the "peoples war" overpopulation of neighboring countries via numbers.

Here's Miss Kazakhstan

China wins asia without even firing a shot hate to tell you all.... well maybe a few loads but never a shot

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