Japan-ASEAN summit statement to call for free air space over high seas

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    OssanAmerica

    China, hated by all of Asia, a threat to regional peace.

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    Hellokitty123

    Does that mean it will give up its own unilaterally declared ADIZ that covers the entire East China Sea?

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    OssanAmerica

    Japan never "unilaterally declared" it's ADIZ. The United States established it in 1945 and it was given to Japan in 1968/69. Furthermore, unlike Chinas, it makes no requirement for foreign commercial aircraft to register.

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