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Obama Says No Red Line for China on Japan Island Disputei
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Luis Ramirez
April 24, 2014 10:27 AM
President Barack Obama has reassured Japan that a mutual defense treaty covers the islands at the heart of a territorial dispute with China, but says he has drawn no “red lines” that would result in a U.S. military attack on Chinese forces. VOA White House correspondent Luis Ramirez is traveling with the president and has this report from Tokyo.

Obama Says No Red Line for China on Japan Island Dispute

Luis Ramirez

Published April 24, 2014

President Barack Obama has reassured Japan that a mutual defense treaty covers the islands at the heart of a territorial dispute with China, but says he has drawn no “red lines” that would result in a U.S. military attack on Chinese forces. VOA White House correspondent Luis Ramirez is traveling with the president and has this report from Tokyo.


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