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Also shows what happens when you strike deals with military governments to build infrastructure through areas with ongoing insurgencies, without consent of local populations. Compare to situation in Balochistan.
@rebeccaludavis @TheJohnSudworth The article notes, though, that some Chinese citizens’ concerns about Skynet are justified, and that a public discussion of the issue is warranted. Guess that leaves the article’s authors open to charges of bias and psychosis too.
RT @thantmyintu: My guess is that public opinion in Myanmar, which has consistently questioned or dismissed all refugee accounts, won't be…
RT @fccchina: The FCCC has confirmed reports that two Korean journalists were beaten, one severely, while covering a visit to Chi… 
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