Lee Kuan Yew: China-Japan war unlikely

From The Associated Press, via Thestar.com:

Singapore’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew said heated disputes between China and were unlikely to lead to war, a newspaper reported yesterday. “I don’t think they are going to come to war,” Lee said. “The dynamics are quite horrendous … therefore, I don’t think (a war) will happen.”

Singapore was among the Asian territories overrun by Japan during World War II.

But the tiny South-East Asian country now enjoys strong economic and diplomatic ties with both Japan and China.

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